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Untitled (Figures on Pedestal) by Tomas Schats

Untitled (Figures on Pedestal) by Tomas Schats

Tomas Schats from Holland creates some deceptively simple but utterly fascinating drawings.

February 20, 2008

Sketch by Coro36

Sketch by Coro36

This drawing is but a small glimpse into the deliciously twisted and borderline perverse world of Coro36. Whether realistic figure or full-fledged fantasy drawings, this guy is ridiculously talented.

February 19, 2008

“Prosthetic Pirate” by Heiko Windisch

"Prosthetic Pirate" by Heiko Windisch

Very imaginative, unique, and surreal drawings. By Heiko Windisch

February 19, 2008

"Snoop Dog" by WSJ Illustrator Noli Novak

"Snoop Dog" by WSJ Illustrator Noli Novak

That’s right, Snoop Dog as he would appear in the Wall Street Journal.  One of the many fine examples of Noli Novak, who’s contributed quite a number of pictures to the WSJ.  The likeness that is captured is amazing.

February 19, 2008

Untitled by DAIM

Untitled by DAIM

As far as I know, DAIM was one of the first guys to pioneer true 3d graffiti pieces. His work is awesome. I was even fortunate enough to stumble across one of his works in Germany (across from my old kindergarten!). His sketches are equally…

February 18, 2008

“The Gatekeeper” by Mike Sibley

“The Gatekeeper” by Mike Sibley

Awesome hair detail. By Mike Sibley

February 16, 2008

"10 to 2" by Denny Smith

"10 to 2" by Denny Smith

I love the energy and form of this drawing. By Denny Smith

February 16, 2008

“Body Cluster (Genevieve)” by Thomas Hendry

“Body Cluster (Genevieve)” by Thomas Hendry

By Thomas Hendry via thedrawingroom.ca

February 16, 2008

“Thug” by Jeremy Mohler

"Thug" by Jeremy Mohler

Jeremy Mohler definitely shares my love of comics. His characters are clean, imaginative, and professional.

February 15, 2008

“Headache” by Stella Im Hultberg

"Headache" by Stella Im Hultberg

I love the style of Stella Im Hultberg’s sketches, which look fashion inspired and pack plenty of attitude.

February 15, 2008