I've been challenging my mind by drawing with a single line and using my left hand (or left and right hand simultaneously). I really enioy creating art that involves critical thinking and process. Here are some of the best from my latest session - what do you think?
I dedicated 1 ink pen to all of the illustrations in this Moleksin sketchbook - loved working in black and white and keeping it simple. Hope you enjoy the first and last post sketches below. Cheers!
5 2 min, 5 5 min, 5 10 min drawings
For the fruit-obsessed - you are what you eat so why not wear it? Created on a boring day which turned out to not be so boring because I created this #right??? Enjoy!
Went back to the Flea and picked up another Lynd Ward #trending
Have a super sexy Saturday night ~
I spent a few hours at the Brooklyn Flea today and found these incredible engravings by artist and "wordless novelist" Lynd Ward. I love the moody atmosphere and dark quality of these pieces and plan to display the three landscape illustrations together - triptych style. The woman, I chose her because of the promiscuous pose and her slightly sinister expression. Totally enamored! Hope you enjoy and check out the flea - always a good time. Have a great week!
When you think of Thanksgiving you may recall the day in history when John Winthrop and his colonial volunteers murdered more than 700 men, women and children of the Pequot Indians and then enslaved the survivors, forcing them to teach the colonials how to grow crops to feed themselves...or, maybe not. Mainstream America hasn't embraced these truths and has instead opted for a more lighthearted day of giving thanks, plentiful feasts, football and discount shopping.
While I enjoy Thanksgiving so much for the time I get with my family and friends, I think it's important to remember where we came from and give thanks to those who helped us get to where we are today. So, thank you to the Indians who bestowed their knowledge and helped us survive. Without your wisdom and sacrifice we possibly wouldn't be here. Then again, maybe the corn industry wouldn't be monopolizing our resources...but that's a discussion for another time. Happy Give Thanks to the Indians Day, Happy Thanksgiving - enjoy your turkey and these wallpapers.
A few sharpie illustrations for Friday - have a great weekend!
Been listening to Blood Orange lately and was inspired by their song, "It Is What It Is," to make this quick drawing. Sometimes life is really confusing...this concept makes life easier to deal with. Accept, rinse, repeat.