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Art by Pencil

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PorscheS
April 5th, 2010

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His favorite movie is You’ve Got Mail, but we won’t judge him for that. Take a look at these awesome yet beautiful images all drawn using a 0.5mm technical pencil. His name is Paul Lung, from Hong Kong and he is an artist. An artist that uses a simple pencil to create magic that includes photos of himself, his family and of course cats. [ Continue Reading ]

Allen just can’t decide.

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gypsophila
November 3rd, 2009

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One of the greatest conceptual artists in the U.S., Allen Ruppersberg, has a wall of drawings all to himself at the MoMA right now, the titles all beginning with “Honey, I rearranged the collection because…” [ Continue Reading ]

Take My Heart

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Mari
July 20th, 2009

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Take my heart.    New York based artist Tara McPherson creates a certain seductive innocence in her illustrations that makes you yearn for more. [ Continue Reading ]

Vanessa Beecroft’s Vision

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MiMo
July 4th, 2009

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Amazing work by an Italian artist Venessa Beecroft. Now residing in Los Angeles, Venessa’s work ranges from photography to drawing. I really enjoy looking at her work, it’s out of the ordinary, a bit controversial and definitely impressive. Do check out her website for more of her and [ Continue Reading ]

Soule Splashing

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Mendezine
May 8th, 2009

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Here’s a color punch party that will appease ByronLover. Damon Soule‘s palette explosions are surrealistic and scientific. The brainy artist demonstrates his knack with an Ode to Dali’s Ode to Rothko. His blog
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Jen Stark Came Blasting Cardstock

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Mendezine
March 25th, 2009

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Inspired by ‘science, infinity, the potential of simple things and the exposure of color,’ Jen Stark’s three dimensional talent is expressed through sculpture, drawing, and animation. Her color rich sculptures, made with just cardstock and a blade, explode out of the nothing, leaving a colorful aftermath to dance in your eyes.  Their siblings are vibrantly abstract drawings, which she creates using felt tips and pencil crayons, and animations that daze.

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Macacolandia

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soslik
October 9th, 2008

macacolandia1 453x300 MacacolandiaThis great website has awesome drawings by a design team, there are some truly cool illustrations on it. But here are the ones that stood out to me. For more illustrations visit them and if you like what you see, you can even download these drawings.