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May 17, 2013

Agony

Raffaele's Bafefit's biography describes the creatures in his portraits as "characters caught in between the thin line between life and death." This ceaseless purgatory, where even the smoothest of curves feel as sharp as Fugubiki knives, binds the personalities of each piece in a state of agony. And although you might not hear their caterwaul, you can certainly feel their desperation.


December 15, 2011

Dear Katie

Katie Drew's sketchbook is an intimate look into her everyday life. There is something intriguing in the simplistic way she presents her world. With each page you'll grow more attached to her surroundings, personality, style, and ultimately, Katie herself.


October 5, 2010

A Far Away Place

I knew nothing about the Republic of Estonia. In fact, I had to do a little Wikipedia lookup just to get an idea of the region from which Liisa Kruusmägi is from. Liisa lives and works in Tallinn, the capital and largest city of Estonia, on the banks of the Gulf of Finland. A far away place from where I reside, and maybe all the more reason why I enjoyed her sketchbook so much.

Her website seems to just go on forever. You can scroll down past dozens of drawings, illustrations and images of the town and characters that surround her everyday. I don't know Liisa, but I wouldn't hesitate to claim that she is never without a pen in hand.

Lisa Kruusmägi Doodles

April 29, 2010

Just Draw It

Michael Nobbs is a complete source of inspiration and motivation for the lazy artist and doodler. With over 24,000 followers, his twitter feed alone is a force to be reckon with as he posts link after link of inspiration. It doesn't stop there. For the third time now he's released a free eBook to encourage us all to draw, and then draw some more. Click here to download.

December 4, 2009

Workshop Workshop

Last night I went to Design Miami (the sister show of Art Basel Miami) and after a few glasses of champagne, I stumbled upon this booth called The Brief and Happy Life of Workshop Workshop. Inside were a group of strangers surrounding a table with markers and papers lying all over it. The folks inside were doodling away and asking passerbys to join in. And so I did.

It was so nice to just sit around and draw with like minded people. Every so often someone came around and gathered the sheets of paper, photocopied them, and started binding them into a zine to giveaway. It was fun all around. Hello to everyone that was there last night. Here are some of the results »


December 8, 2008

Subway Life

When people wait for the subway, they keep themselves occupied somehow. Antonio Jorge Gonßalves draws people. He doesn't choose whom to draw; they choose him, as he draws whoever is sitting in his immediate field of vision. Each drawing is quick, 10 minutes or so, just enough to capture the essence of a person's character.




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