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August 18, 2011

Member Spotlight: Zoe Chantal

I haven't listened to Ladykillers by LUSH in over a decade, but as soon as I laid eyes on the women of Zoe Chantal the song immediately came to mind.

Graphite, gauche, watercolor, acrylic, pen, stencils, etchings; it seems her ladies are drawn with every possible medium and each with more drama and intensity than the next.

Zoe, we're glad you've joined DA. Your ladies are always welcome here.


August 8, 2011

Winning Drawings

A few weeks ago, we did a giveaway where I asked you guys to submit a quote that speaks of who you are. I picked two winners and drew them incorporating their quotes. Without further ado, I would like you to meet two friends of DA, Josh LaFayette and Ellie (aka comfits). Josh's "favorite hobby is breakfast." And Ellie is "like an octopus on roller skates."

Take a look at the process, from the initial pencil drawing to pen to watercolor and collage.

Josh and Ellie, check your mailboxes soon. I think I may now know your faces better than you do. :)


May 23, 2011

Building Blocks

Pencil, watercolors and ink. That's about all I know of Mathias Sielfeld. I got tipped on his work from Camila León and was happy to uncover a small collection of drawn buildings, people and alphabet letters.

There was something about the color and lines in his work that really caught my attention and I wanted to see more. With some help from Camila, I was lucky enough to get an email full of photos of his sketchbooks and some other never before seen goodies that I get to share with all of you. Take a look, it's love at first sight.


March 30, 2011

Explosive

Valeria Rey Soto draws patterns, and boy, she does it well. She uses a mix of pen, markers and watercolors to create intricate, colorful, yet still delicate bursts of visual beauty. One after the other, somehow they just make you feel good. She even has an etsy account with a limited number of prints available for sale. Buy one, it'll make your wall happy.


March 4, 2010

In Transit

I posted about Wendy MacNaughton back in May 2009 and now I am back to tell you she's just launched a new site for her art. What makes Wendy's work so captivating is that it's almost always created while commuting from one place to another. She's lived in LA, NY, Amsterdam, Paris, East Africa and San Francisco.

Discover the people, places and things she's met along the way at her new site that's filled with ink and watercolor.

July 13, 2009

I Melt With You

I got lost in Laura Addari's art today. Her flickr and her blog.

October 31, 2008

Engulfed in Colors

Black thin lines are engulfed by splashes of watercolor in the works by i.itch. The work reminds me a little bit of Yoshitaka Amano, the talented artist that provides the art for some of the games in the Final Fantasy series. More of i.itch's artwork can be found in her illustration portfolio as well as in her blog.




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