Tag: drawing

Jun 5, 2013

Hyperrealistic Portraits Drawn with Pencil

Hyperrealistic Portraits Drawn with Pencil

Franco Clun is a self-taught artist from Italy known for his hyperrealistic portraits drawn with only a pencil. All of his works are done on watercolor paper and take upwards of 50 hours to complete. Clun tells the Daily Mail: “At the end of each drawing, I feel I know so much more about…

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May 26, 2013

Styrofoam Cup Fully Illustrated Inside and Out with a Pen

Styrofoam Cup Fully Illustrated Inside and Out with a Pen

Two weeks ago, Redditor SquishyMcPhee posted a gallery of pictures showing a Styrofoam cup completely illustratted inside and out with just a ballpoint pen. The intricate detail is very impressive, but the most fascinating feature is how well the inside of the cup is illustrated with patterns and figures. On how he came across…

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May 13, 2013

Black Marker Coffee Cup Art by Cheeming Boey

Black Marker Coffee Cup Art by Cheeming Boey

Cheeming Boey (born April 12, 1978) is a Malaysian artist best known for his ongoing series of illustrations on paper and foam coffee cups, his daily webcomic I Am Boey, and the autobiographical graphic novel When I Was A Kid. Using only a black marker, Boey draws intricate and detailed artworks on the exterior…

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Apr 24, 2013

Creative Dad Shares 5 Years of Sandwich Bag Art

Creative Dad Shares 5 Years of Sandwich Bag Art

Since May 2008, graphic designer, illustrator, and Dad extraordinaire, David Laferriere, has been drawing on his kids’ sandwich bags with a Sharpie marker. Each drawing is done just after he makes the sandwich. He then takes a picture and posts it to Flickr where there are over 1,100 pictures and counting! Laferriere says the…

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Apr 15, 2013

Hyperrealistic Portraits Using Only a Pencil

Hyperrealistic Portraits Using Only a Pencil

Diego Fazio aka DiegoKoi is an Italian artist from the town of Lamezia. Born in 1989, the self-taught illustrator first started as a tatoo artist and says he was initially inspired by the artwork of Katsushika Hokusai, a highly influential Japanese artist from the Edo period. Diego only began drawing in 2007, yet his…

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Feb 6, 2013

Football Matchups Illustrated by a Pixar Animator

Football Matchups Illustrated by a Pixar Animator

Pixar animator, football fan and aspiring paleontologist, Austin Madison, illustrated an amazing series of NFL football matchups called Fantasy Football. In the series, which went viral on Reddit yesterday, teams are depicted in epic showdowns. Madison incorporates popular characters from video games (Skyrim and Halo) and popular culture (Star Wars, Chuck Norris, Bill Murray…

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Jan 11, 2013

One Line Portraits by Quibe

One Line Portraits by Quibe

Christophe Louis aka Quibe is an artist and illustrator that has created a wonderful series of minimalist portraits using only one stroke. You’ll recognize most of the characters which may help completing the picture in your head. My personal favourite is the ‘kiss’ at number six. If you enjoy these one line portraits Quibe…

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