I've shared over 1000 drawings online, and some of them I decided to make into prints, or people get in touch and request something be made available as a print. And I guess after a while, it all adds up. I've sold over a thousand prints of What to focus on, hundreds of the pipe-smoking rabbit, don't forget to play and some others, and a whole bunch that have sold a handful.
I never know what's going to resonate, what people are going to want to purchase. This is what I've learned as an artist: YOU don't get to decide what's good, THEY do. Anyway, if you want to buy a print or two for a holiday gift, do it soon, so there's time for it to ship to you. Kipling West. About this Series: Kipling West’s meticulous illustrations command your attention.
At first glance, the prismatic colors and flowing line work grab your eyeballs. Tight detail and pulsating composition impress and inspire as the image unfolds to reveal hidden creatures and mysterious symbols. After that, you simply fall into the page and become happily engulfed in a strange and beautiful wonderland. If you’re seeking a delightful diversion, head over to Kipling’s “Tales From The Moleskine” series and prepare to be dazzled.
She creates these images by narrating her life experiences in the form of a visual diary. Over 20 Creative Ways to Take a Seat. Prickly Pair Chairs website: Valentina Gonzalez Wohlers homepage Valentina Gonzales blends two iconographic elements: the classical French Louis XV oval chair originated in Rococo period and the Nopal cactus symbolizing Mexican heritage and national pride.
“Shapes, materials, colours, textures and finishes collide in irreverent and playful harmony; the Prickly pair chairs are a statement against prejudice and preconceptions.” Lila Jang’s canape website: via wrongdistance.com Unusual sofa by Lila Jang was a part of Artistes Parcours Saint Germain 2008 in Paris, where the creations of young artists were exhibited for 3 weeks in Saint-Germain-des-Prés luxury stores. Steve Gibson - Artist. Spectacular Sharpie Art on Styrofoam Cups. Awesome Pencil Drawings From Students Notebooks. Awesome Pencil Drawings From Students Notebooks Posted on 28 June 2010 Crni When I was in high school I was pretty bored on the most of the lessons I had to attend, especially maths and physics.
So, I used to scrible different objects in my notebook and at the end of the year my notebook looked like true piece of artwork. However that wasn’t very helpful when I had to pass the exams. Update: Those outstanding drawings belongs to Andrea Joseph. It seems that lot of students have such hobbies, to draw anything while they’re bored during the lessons.
Via Andrea Joseph’s Sketchblog.