It's easy to be baffled by the art of James Nolan Gandy at first glance. These mesh-like drawings, which range from neon-colored to black and white, appear to fold, curve, and vibrate above the paper. If you think it would be impossible for someone to produce these illustrations, you wouldn't be wrong. But, you wouldn't be completely correct, either.
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We might pass by a corner store without a second glance, but not Lee Me Kyeoung. The South Korean artist has made it her life’s work to chronicle these small—and often humble—shops before they close and disappear from their communities. Me Kyeoung's delicate pen drawings depict these places as solitary subjects against a stark white background, at most surrounded by a few trees.
Great draftsmen of the past like Albrecht Dürer and Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres used precise linework to create impeccable works of art.
As you observe a work of art, you may find details that you didn't notice at first.
Whether on screen or in writing, there's no denying that there's a lot of incredible architecture in some of our favorite fictional series. Architecture buffs will love these new illustrations compiled by Angi, which bring buildings from six beloved pop culture universes to life. From the Game of Thrones' Winterfell to Studio Ghibli's fantastical Howl's Castle, the black and white pen drawings bring a classic form to each type of architecture.
While some creatives depend on a combination of materials to create artwork, artist Paulus Architect only needs one dependable tool.
French artist Valentin creates miniature worlds inside of crisply drawn geometric shapes.
If you’ve ever tried doodling without lifting your pen from the paper, you know how fun it can be to create abstract illustrations made up of lines and squiggles. Specializing in exactly that, American artist Tyler Foust creates abstract, continuous line drawings full of mesmerizing patterns. From wavy lines that seem to vibrate on the page to abstract animal illustrations, Foust renders a whole range of motifs in a single stroke.
Exquisite Ballpoint Pen Drawings on Old Documents Show the Power of Sheer Talent Over Expensive Tools
When you feel like drawing, it can be frustrating if you don’t have your sketchbook and tools at hand, but...
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