Category: Drawing

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José David Morales

FROM HUMOR TO SADNESS José David Morales, a Spanish illustrator and graphic designer, creates dreamy, fluid images with people at the center. Created with digital tools and colored pencils, his pieces evoke everything from humor to sadness and frustration. “I am in love with hot weather, textures, electric guitars, sensual pencil traces, and human figures”, […]

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Mark Powell

DRAWINGS AND TESTIMONIES London-based artist Mark Powell reuses old envelopes as canvases to produce incredible drawings. His sketches are made using only a Biro pen, and they often incorporate original stamps and postage marks. By recycling the envelopes, he is in some way preserving a bit of history and the tales behind the sender. He […]

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Aysha Miah-Edwards

CAPTURING AN EXACT EXPRESSION Aysha Miah-Edwards is a British illustrator specialising in portrait drawings. Using pencils, markers, a little bit of photoshop and occasionally some words. “In the day, I work unassumingly in publishing, but my passion lies in illustration. Give me my sketchbook and a plethora of pens and I’m very content! I’ve always […]

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Katina Peeva

MAGIC FAIRY TALES Katina is an artist from Sofia, Bulgaria. She makes amazing creatures out of clay and paper and even creates gorgeous illustrations. “What I love about Bulgaria is the nature, the mountains and the old villages have preserved their authentic spirit. For me, the Bulgarian folklore is a great source of inspiration. I […]

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Jamy van Zyl

A POST-HUMANISM Drawing on Japanese drawing traditions mixed with South African Culture, the work of Jamy van Zyl connects the tensions and troubles felt in these communities, but smashes them head on with all their surrounding glory and wonderment. “I would describe my work as self-expressive. My first major theme that I am still creating […]

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Max Löffler

A MOODY SURREALISTIC UNIVERSE Wrapped in a moody surrealistic parallel universe, Max Löffler’s – or Loeffler – illustrations can be seen as a sullen and bitter smirk towards the obscurity, monotony and ferocity of everyday life. His work does not give plausible answers, but tries to ask significant questions such as; are you hurt, what’s […]

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