In “McQueen has no hands”, Pixar artist Rob Gibbs recounts the time he had to draw a scene with the following direction: “McQueen produces a map”.
Kyson Dana and Jeffrey Smith challenge each other do a daily sketchbook duel. An animal a day for every letter in the alphabet.
South Korean artist Puuung is trying to find the meaning of love in our daily lives and make them into beautiful works of art.
Artist Mariana Crisóstomo illustrates a series of common Portuguese phrases, providing the literal translation and what the saying means conversationally.
“Sunday Sketches” is an ongoing series by artist Christoph Niemann where he repurposes everyday objects in creative and playful ways.
Artist Marija Tiurina has illustrated a beautiful series of posters that visually describe words from other languages that do not have an English equivalent. The series was created exclusively for NeonMob, a new social network for collecting, trading and selling digital art. Tiurina has an incredible drawing style and I highly recommend you check…
In 1908, Frederick Whitney, an artist and teacher in Salem, Massachusetts published Blackboard Sketching, a book dedicated to the art of blackboard chalk drawings. As the book’s forward states: Ability to draw easily and well on the blackboard is a power which every teacher of children covets. Such drawing is a language which never…