‘The process of drawing Is like writing a diary: it’s a nice way of thinking about time passing’ | Tate
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Rainy day by my house
Untitled Intersection (Woods), 2008. Acrylic on panel 48” x 36”.
Backyard Fences (Plank). India ink on paper 12” x 16”.
You can see more work on his website, www.chrisballantyne.com, although there’s currently nothing more recent than 2008. There are few more recent images at Hosfelt Gallery and at Steven Zevitas Gallery
Drawing Inspiration from Draw Coffee
Ben Blake wants to learn everything he can about coffee—and he plans on doodling all the details along the way. The Ohioan started the blog, Draw Coffee, to capture his inspired coffee moments in a state that could benefit from new coffee energy.
The drawings, usually done on coffee filters, range from minimal depictions of daily brew methods to intricate homages of the coffee being brewed. Coffee Common and DCILY have both been doodle subjects, along with Intellisgent …
“Coffee Roasting Phases”
William LeGoullon is an Arizona-based artist and photographer who also happens to be inspired by the bean. A recent project called “Coffee Roasting Phases” was prompted by his experience working as a barista at Cartel Coffee Lab in Tempe, AZ. It’s a strikingly simple composition revealing the physical changes coffee beans go through in the roasting process and it’s currently on exhibit at the Eye Lounge Gallery in Phoenix.
It’s fascinating to look at the fine detai …
The artworks of French painter and performance artist Christophe Avella-Bagur, with their clean, white backgrounds and anatomically-exact human figures, have something of a futuristic quality. The clinical precision of his paintings allows us to imagine a world where science has advanced to the point that we are able to create the perfect human beings. Each character appears to be in a state of transformation, as if their face serves as a blank slate for a new identity…. MORE: http://hifructose.com/2012/06/21/the-art-of-christophe-avella-bagur/
Brian Williams’s Extinct Birds print set features extinct…
Brian Williams’s Extinct Birds print set features extinct birds drawn wearing clothes from the year in which they became extinct.
Nicolas Delort a freelance illustrator based in Paris, France. I’m in love with these scratch board looking ink drawings he does. You can see more of them here. Check out his blog which also has a lot of sketchbook work, and his website which seems to be older digital work.
UPDATE: Nicolas let us know he’s on Tumblr.
Hey look, Gordon Wiebe is on Tumblr. gordonwiebe: love is a…
Hey look, Gordon Wiebe is on Tumblr.
love is a mixtape:
on mixtape culture for The Globe and Mail
Why buy Art?
So, Barclays Bank has generated data that proves that the art market is highly psychological and social . . http://t.co/9CvVPkts