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Gemma Correll's Drawings of Things.

Arched lines are used to represent waves in this picture. I was drawn in mostly by the depth used to show the seagulls flying towards the sun.

Anna Duthie is a recently graduated textiles student {from Glasgow School of Art} “specialising in embroidery for fashion. [Her] work reflects an appreciation of pattern, surface embellishment, contrasting textures and colour.” Love her stuff

We Lived Happily Ever After: Sketch Me Pretty: 11 Hand Drawn Circle Digital Graphics

Ella in the Bright Forest, early spring circa 1865. (Second cousin to Alice).

Doodle font! whimsical!<---- perfect font for my next tattoo ( that is if I ever get over the pain of the last one Lol!)

If only the world really had places like this. But then somehow we would end up destroying it.

Ah yes… another day, another portrait series! Instead of being faceless {like yesterday’s featured work}, these vintage-looking people are covered in graphic, tribal, gouache markings. LOVE! This simple, yet striking series, titled Legends, is the work of Brooklyn based artist/illustrator William Hatch Crosby.

this reminds me of Peter Max but I don' t know if it is