65+ Stunning Examples of Moleskine Art You won't be Able to Ignore No matter if you are a newbie in the world of drawing or your talent has been already appreciated, you most likely heard about Moleskine notebooks and drawings created in them. Moleskine sketches occupy an emerita place in the word of contemporary art. So let's look at them closer. As we know Moleskine is the legendary sketchbook. Its pages are masterpieces by themeselves which can unlock your creativity and release the stress. Walking through collections of Moleskine drawings at Deviantart.com, Behance.net and Flickr.com you'll learn something more about these hand drawing illustrations. Subscribe to our newsletter and get a huge bundle with freebies and inspirational stuff once in two weeks: Get Notified of New Posts Via Email Black and White Moleskine Illustrations Despite that fact that there are lots of varieties of colors which are available online, the black and white illustration still take a place of the most inspiring and traditional way of conveying messages to the visitors.
Sailing Sailing Cover Story: Bat for Lashes | Features Across 2006’s Fur and Gold and 2009’s Two Suns, much of Khan’s mystic brand of pop involved a tension between open-hearted sympathy and something more rogue, her guileless voice keeping the flights of fancy just earthward enough. She wants the new album to sound like “an inventor living in a lighthouse” somewhere on the English coast. Twist your ear the right way and you can sort of hear it: that salt-washed, weathered, mechanical, isolated, magical, guiding feel, looking to a man whose purpose is to generate beams of light as well as light-bulb moments. Khan wrote a song about a lighthouse keeper of sorts for The Haunted Man, though it didn’t make the final record. In March 2010, Natasha Khan returned home from touring Two Suns and closed the door to her flat in Brighton, on England’s south coast. Khan shut herself away, attempting to cure the profound writer’s block she was experiencing in order to reconcile her sense of self.
Sketch Master Ilustrator, Kim Jung Gi Art Gallery Kim Jung Gi is a korean artist who enrolled into a Fine Arts School at the age of 19. After 3 years of absorbing fine art, he dropped out to become a cartoonist. I observe things all the time. I don’t take references while I’m drawing, but I’m always collecting visual resources. I observe them carefully on daily basis, almost habitually. I study images of all sorts and genres. Kim Jung-Gi – Sudden Attack, Drawing Demo Kim Jung Gi – Conflict, Drawing Demo Kim Jung Gi – Epic Hour of Illustrating Mastery, Drawing Demo You can support this awesome artist by checking out the sketchbooks on his website, kimjunggi.net
Ryan A. illustration blog Over the last year or so, I had the honor of illustrating book covers for Scholastic’s repackaging of four novels by Avi. You can find them out in the wild at a bookstore near you if you live in the US. More illustrations by Ryan Andrews A little about the process I went through to get to the final illustration for the repackaging of Avi’s “Who Was That Masked Man, Anyway?”, to be published by Scholastic mid 2014. illustration : Ryan Andrews The Invitation | The Darling Tree Now you’ve had a chance to explore The Darling Tree & learn a bit more about working with me, it’s time to start your gorgeous adventure. what you need to know to get started. Being the one and only designer in the business and striving to keep a high quality of work and good relationships with clients, I am only able to take on one or two new projects each month. As the rest of 2013 is mostly full, I will soon be planning out projects for 2014. Please understand that if you require a designer urgently or within a few weeks, unfortunately I may not be available. I also place great importance on being the right designer for any new project, so I would love to hear more about you and your project to make sure that we are a good fit. Please sign up to this special list if you are interested in working together and want to run your project past me, as well as receive updates on when I am accepting new projects. need to get in touch about other things?
Beautiful Mixed Media Illustrations by Zso Zso (aka Sara Blake) is an Interactive Art Director, Designer and Illustrator living in New York City. She grew up in the suburbs of Richmond, Virginia but moved to New York to study a mix of studio art, creative writing, graphic design, and postmodernism at NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study. Her work is characterized by a mindblowing mix of traditional and digital media, wild colors, textures and it possesses a certain fluid and feminine quality. See some choice pieces below. All her illustration works start by hand with pencil and paper. She does very little sketching and likes to describe this stage of the process as freestyle. Sara has her debut solo show at the Friends of Leon Gallery in Sydney, Australia, which opening September 23rd.
Catherine Campbell cultural solutions uk I Lincolnshire based cultural consultancy I research, planning & events management services Fernando Herenu aka Pulpo Transling Natzu Project V1 Rendenz Rajph Marillo Superbe Peuvent (etre) Moss Undo About the Artist Fernando Hereñú (AKA Pulpo) was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1977. His surrealistic free-style recalls 1970s comicbook illustration, with dark colors and back shape outlining as typically used in character and comic design. Pulpo is currently dividing his time between his work as the creative director and partner of an online games company, and his artistic career. Fernando Hereñú aka Pulpo’s Website Fernando Hereñú aka Pulpo’s Flickr