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  • Inkbass [Christine Thomassian]

    These psychedelic illustrations are the work of Michigan based artist Pat Perry. His art is profoundly inspired by the artist’s everyday life, people and places, experiences and encounters that he meets in his travels. Enjoy!

  • Fabio Scali

    Pat Perry is an artist and illustrator who calls Grand Rapids, Michigan home. The lands of the north, colorful people, music, and the ordinary streets of the Midwest have always moved him. In between showing his art from coast to coast or working with an assortment of clients, Pat travels as much as possible. Although he is happy to be able to speak and have an audience through his artwork, he does his best everyday to listen and learn from the world he lives in.

  • Chelsea Belle

    MI artist Pat Perry gonna have to look closer to see what is crowding her mind....seems similar to mine Very cool..similar tattoo idea with my thoughts? Or wanderlust

  • The MOOTS

    Illustration by Pat Perry. #Artista e #ilustrador nacido en #Detroit, #Michigan, #PatPerry es un ilustrador que se mueve entre la naturaleza, la vida urbana y la esfera #surrealista con un toque de #psicodelia. #Art | #Design | #Illustration | #Creative |

  • Erika Medel Martinez

    "Outlived" by Pat Perry ::: #Art #Drawing #Illustration

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RICHARD: This a a sketchbook that i found on Pinterest which i found engaging. The drawings and sketchbook became a major part of how i wanted my Visual journal to look using drawing with felt as a main part of the design aesthetics. I felt that combining this with handwritten typography and a more free perspective would allow me to best depicts my ideas on paper.

Incredible Moleskine drawings… #doodles #art #drawing

plasmaterial// random speed drawing here:

This could be done as an exercise using tracing paper over photos of peeps to explore cross contour

Drawing visual movement. Try having students take a small video of an activity. Clip a series of still shots, and create drawings that combine the various caught movements.