Tagged ‘feminine’

Matt Cassan: Charcoal Art and Interview

Untitled (Charcoal Torso Drawing) by Matt Cassan

Matt Cassan sits down for a brief interview with Drawn in Black.  His charcoal art is splendid and I especially like his women on bed.  Thanks to Matt for participating. What’s your name? Matt Cassan Where did you grow up? Port Colborne, Ontario Where do…

February 10, 2011

"Nani" by Yury Kushevsky

"Nani" by Yury Kushevsky

Nani by Yury Kushevsky Yesterday my girlfriend asked me what “Stradivarius” means; although I’d heard the word, I really didn’t know. In two clicks of a Google search later, I found the following definition on Wikipedia: A Stradivarius is a stringed instrument built by members of the Stradivari family, particularly Antonio Stradivari. According to…

June 11, 2009

"Punks" by Mike Giant

"Punks" by Mike Giant

Few artists are as appealing to me as Mike Giant.  His clear, crips black and white drawings and illustrations coupled with his unmistakable tattoo-art influenced visual vocabulary make him one of my all-time favorite artists.  As a matter of fact, one of his Rebel 8…

June 5, 2009

"Love Sketch" by Matthew Woodson

"Love Sketch" by Matthew Woodson

Finding illustrations like those of Matthew Woodson is why I (admittedly intermittenly) do this website.  His work seems fresh and relevant – small moments of beauty in a dreary world.  Definitely bookmark this one, and check out his blog if you get a chance.

June 2, 2009

"And She Turned" by Justin Cherry

"And She Turned" by Justin Cherry

The world of Justin Cherry is alien, vivid, and wonderful to inhabit.  Especially if you’re into character design, check this guy out or read his blog.

June 2, 2009

Otis Sketch and Others from Chris Legaspi

Although his site seems to not have been updated recently (I could be wrong), you definitely need to check out the work of Chris Legaspi.  Rarely do you find someone so diverse in talents: from fine art to cartoon, this guy has all styles on…

July 8, 2008