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françoise nielly
borisschmitz:

"Gaze 25", one-continuous-line-drawing by Boris Schmitz, 2014
Click »HERE« if you want to see my portfolio!

borisschmitz:

"Gaze 25", one-continuous-line-drawing by Boris Schmitz, 2014

Click »HERE« if you want to see my portfolio!

janine rewell
oxane:

SNOUT by Raymond Lemstra
www.raymondlemstra.nl

harveyjames:

This comic of mine just went up on the Vice website. http://m.vice.com/en_uk/read/little-nowhere?Contentpage=-1

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not sure if i like the new spotify design

yelena bryksenkova
henrychristianslane:

Oil on paper.

henrychristianslane:

Oil on paper.

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rfmmsd:

Artist & Illustrator:
James Fenner

rfmmsd:

Artist & Illustrator:

James Fenner

zachari logan
césar biojo
victongai:

Family Life- NYT Book Review Cover 
Victo Ngai
This is the second time I illustrated for author Akhil Sharma’s writing. The first one was for his New Yorker short story “We didn’t like him”.  I have always loved the beautiful melanchonia in his work.
Family Life is about an immigrant family from India living in New York, with 2 children. One of the brothers, Birju, suffers from brain damage from a swimming pool accident. This incident not only impairs Birju, but also his parents. They are blinded with grief and neglects to provide the nurture and attention the younger brother Ajay needs. Check out the book review by Sonali Deraniyagala here. 
What I tried to capture in this image is how the pool has segregated and orphaned Ajay from the rest of the family. I curl my toes when I am trying to endure something painful, so I added that detail. 
Big thanks to AD Nicholas Blechman for this great project! Look for it in the Sunday paper!

victongai:

Family Life- NYT Book Review Cover 

Victo Ngai

This is the second time I illustrated for author Akhil Sharma’s writing. The first one was for his New Yorker short story “We didn’t like him”.  I have always loved the beautiful melanchonia in his work.

Family Life is about an immigrant family from India living in New York, with 2 children. One of the brothers, Birju, suffers from brain damage from a swimming pool accident. This incident not only impairs Birju, but also his parents. They are blinded with grief and neglects to provide the nurture and attention the younger brother Ajay needs. Check out the book review by Sonali Deraniyagala here

What I tried to capture in this image is how the pool has segregated and orphaned Ajay from the rest of the family. I curl my toes when I am trying to endure something painful, so I added that detail. 

Big thanks to AD Nicholas Blechman for this great project! Look for it in the Sunday paper!

nicola samori

nicola samori

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broll and prascida
nick gentry
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