Abel Jiménez from Spain has been working his magic pen to create these fantastic and fun doodles of Summer fun. My favorite are the ones interacting with colored construction paper. Follow along at his tumblr for plenty more.
Mossi's markers make quick, short strokes of color that run into each other to create random shapes (and sometimes faces) born from his subconscious. Look closely and you'll be staring into a trippy collection of intricate lines and patterns, making it impossible to follow, but easy to love.
The drawing team of Mary and Peter are turning our favorite childhood books into sexed up parodies, by re-imagining the illustrated covers of classics, from Dr. Seuss to Shel Silverstein. Visit Dirty Library and I'm certain your bedtime stories will never be the same.
I discovered Rod MacGregor's work yesterday on our DA flickr group. It's a great mix of comical characters and silly captions, drawn with sketchy black lines in pen and ink. These are some of my favorites of his. Enjoy more over at his blog.
Putting aside the political context and content of this video… you are about to watch an incredible demonstration of drawing. Kim Jung Gi makes it look easy, almost as if the lines appear before his pen ever hits the page.