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June 6, 2014

BendPress - Diurnal Drawings Phase 5



Bendpress periodically opens calls for daily drawings under the moniker of Diurnal Drawings and recently closed Phase 5. The project and the site are the brain-child of Andy Jenkins' artist, zine maker and art director at Girl Skateboards. Check out some of the great stuff including yours truely, Ed Templeton, John Fellows, Russ Moreland, Travis Millard, Andy Jenkins and Leon Karssen.


August 6, 2013

Member Spotlight:
Daniel Jamie Williams



All of the eyes in Daniel's drawn characters are deep, and almost completely lost in sadness. They're consistent throughout his work, holding your stare and carrying you from one piece to the next.

Click on through, there's a really great time-lapse video of Daniel working his watercolor pencils after the fold.

June 12, 2013

Freaky Deaky

Taking a peek into Jesse Balmer's sketchbook is like stumbling upon an alternate dimension. His drawings feature bizarre environments and even more bizarre creatures inhabiting them. Sometimes you'll see exciting action sequences frozen mid-scene, or beast-like characters with just enough peculiar details on them to make you imagine what their story could be.

Jesse Balmer drawings

June 2, 2013

Rad Dudes from LAND



Ryan Rhodes and Caleb Owen Everitt work as a company called LAND. I can't really say enough about these guys, they're good friends and rad dudes all around. Plus they make some of the coolest work I've seen in ages. Their sketches are very classic in nature and reminiscent of a simpler time.





These dudes do some great branding work, but my love for them lies in their hand drawn artwork and graphics. See more »

March 29, 2013

Mark It Up

Ken Garduno, from Los Angeles, California, is amazing at his craft. But instead of showing his final, polished pieces, we want to highlight his more rough sketches.

Sometimes you need nothing more than some black ink and a sheet of paper (and possibly Ken's hand). The line is a beautiful thing.


August 21, 2012

Seas of Graphite

Wherever the work of Melissa Castrillón may take us, we are never far from her delightfully rotund subjects. Melissa has a light hand that is slightly unsteady, which gives the feel that there is constant motion in her illustrations.

She’s able to translate many of her sketches into finished illustrations, which can be a hard middle ground to find - you want it to look finished, but still want to maintain the spontaneity and freshness that comes from sketching and creating on the fly. I think for Melissa, she’s able to communicate a sense of control (in her compositions, handling of graphite) yet with her mark-making still retain the qualities that make sketchbooks so wonderful.

Check out more of Melissa: Tumblr and website.


July 12, 2012

A Tiny Red Book of Love

You may know Chris Battle for his illustration work on rambunctious TV shows like The Powerpuff Girls, Dexter's Laboratory and Samurai Jack, among others. It's easy to see why; his cartoon talent is a natural fit, but what you may not know is Chris' more sensitive side.

On a past Valentines, Chris bought his wife a little bound red sketchbook, and every day he filled its miniature pages with random characters and thoughts. The result is a witty and adorable itsy-bitsy book of love and doodles, be prepared to be swooned.





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