Nina Levy has two sons, who get a treat with their lunch everyday in the form of a conventional napkin being covered in fantastic art. The two boys often request what they would like to see on the napkins and Nina takes these commissions to create the lovely artistic lunch companions. This reminds us of [...]
We’re finding it incredibly hard to believe that these patterns and paintings come from nothing but ball point pens! These drawings by Shane McAdams are lovely, and very impressive in execution. Making ball point pens do your bidding this way is no easy task.
At just 18 years of age, Netherlands based artist Rajacenna makes the most stunning, realistic sketches, that we would call photographs if we hadn’t known any better. She took up drawing only in 2009 and found she was very adept to that, creating sketches so visually tasteful that detailed that these pencil drawings end up [...]
It must be tough for artist Jim Denevan to spend time creating these geometric patterns, knowing they will be washed away by the water soon enough. Apparently, the artist is well aware of the fact that these drawings are temporary, and enjoys them that way. Most of these works are made on the beaches of [...]
Shanghai-based designer Chris Hosmer creates impressive drawings using electrical tape. Via Core77
Artist Paul Chojnowski‘s work impresses solely by the method the artist uses to create these amazing drawings. The artist works on wood, textiles and paper, and makes use of handheld torches and water to create these super amazing drawings. Paul dips watercolor paper in water, soaking each part to a different level of wetness. He [...]
Take a simple look and you’ll find nothing exceptional in Peter Crawley‘s drawings. Since you’ve already read the heading, you already know Crawley created these by meticulous hand-stitching using a thread and needle on a watercolor paper. Via: Core77
Pen and ink drawings by Keita Sagaki don’t just recreate masterpieces, they also show a touch of the artist’s own hand, an improvisation. Each of these familiar works are made with tiny drawings serving as a canvas analog to pixels, creating the impressive works of art.
Japanese artist Shohei Hakuchi uses the magic of a ball point pen to create these incredible and immaculately detailed drawings. Via: Beautiful/Decay