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Drawings by Jelena Bulajic

Drawings by Jelena Bulajic Large-scale drawings of the residents at Laurels Edge Assisted Living in Minnesota. As an art student from Serbia, Jelena would spend her Friday afternoon for about eight months at the facility working on their portraits to bring attention to the elderly as a marginalized group. Jelena Bulajic says about her work: The people whom I depicted in my works are the ones who spoke hardly any word with me, but people who gazed back, and whose silence, age and erudition, Read more […]

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Pen and Ink Cityscapes That Seem to Sprawl into Infinity by Ben Sack

Pen and Ink Cityscapes That Seem to Sprawl into Infinity by Ben Sack With meticulous determination and a steady hand, artist Ben Sack picks up a black 0.05 Staedtler pigment liner pen and begins to draw the dense, intricate details of fictional cityscapes: buildings, roads, rivers and bridges. He draws until the ink runs out and picks up another pen. And another. And another. Sapping the ink from dozens of writing utensils until several months later a canvas is complete. His most Read more […]

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Calculation by Rafael Araujo

Only with a pencil, ruler and protractor, without the help of a computer, Venezuelan artist Rafael Araujo creates complex fields of three dimensional space where butterflies come to life and shells rise from mathematical spirals. At a technology-free drafting table he deftly renders the motion and subtle mathematical brilliance of nature with a pencil, ruler and protractor. Araujo creates complex fields of three dimensional space where butterflies take flight and the logarithmic spirals Read more […]

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Live in a Comic Book, By Charlotte Mann

The British artist Charlotte Mann (born in 1977) there has to be falling into a child, says a famous druid. Look at the pictures below and you’ll understand what we’re talking about. Charlotte, with her ​​markers, plays on the walls to stretch the world in black and white in 1:1 scale, as if the bottom (or the scene, the better) of a comic note.The result is nothing short of spectacular. Read more […]

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These 9 drawings were done by an artist under the influence of LSD — part of a test conducted by the US government during it’s dalliance with psychotomimetic drugs in the late 1950′s. The artist was given a dose of LSD 25 and free access to an activity box full of crayons and pencils. His subject is the medico that jabbed him. Via Memolition   Read more […]

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