Tony Orrico's Penwald Drawings are a series of bilateral drawings in which he explores the use of his body as a tool of measturement to inscribe geometries through movement. His choreographic gestures derive from the limitation of (or spontaneous navigating within) the sphere of his outstretched arms.
Sketchbook drawings by artist Pat Perry
Perceiving the Flow: Human Figures Composed of Unraveling Stainless Steel Ribbons by Gil Bruvel steel sculpture
Funny Portraits of Birds with Luscious Heads of Hair - My Modern Metropolis
Incredible Finger Drawings by Judith Braun. As strange as it sounds, New York-based artist Judith Braun creates wonderful landscapes and abstract patterns using nothing but her fingers dipped in charcoal dust. Braun says that she often uses her both hands simultaneously to the extent of arms’ reach as this allows the inherent symmetry of the body to generate a “gestural vocabulary of mark making”.
Incredible Finger Paintings by Judith Braun | DeMilked