We take a breath

John Franzen - Each Line One Breath (2) John Franzen - Each Line One Breath (3) John Franzen - Each Line One Breath (4) John Franzen - Each Line One Breath (5) John Franzen - Each Line One Breath (6) John Franzen - Each Line One Breath (1)

“Each Line One Breath” is a series of meditative drawings by artist John Franzen. He calls them morphogenetic freehand drawings.

He starts with a straight line all the way down a page, and then slowly draws another line beside it. He tries his best to copy the line exactly but inevitably there are tiny imperfections. These “mistakes” are amplified as he copies each new line, and the drawing begins to reveal itself like a curtain. (text via booooom.com)

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We are scratching the surface

Tony Orrico - Penwald Drawings (3) Tony Orrico - Penwald Drawings (5) Tony Orrico - Penwald Drawings (7) Tony Orrico - Penwald Drawings (2) Tony Orrico - Penwald Drawings (4) Tony Orrico - Penwald Drawings (6) Tony Orrico - Penwald Drawings

Penwald Drawings by Tony Orrico. Tony is an artist and dancer who has been called the human spirograph, performing for up to 4 hours continuously taking the concept to the next level by using his entire body in the drawing process.

Handcraft

ARCHITECTURE odessa is a series of illustrations by Ukranian artist Dasha Pliska that creatively combines architecture with human hands. Her drawings present an artistic view of hands cradling, carrying, resting on, and seemingly assembling old buildings found in the city of Odessa, Ukraine ARCHITECTURE odessa is a series of illustrations by Ukranian artist Dasha Pliska that creatively combines architecture with human hands. Her drawings present an artistic view of hands cradling, carrying, resting on, and seemingly assembling old buildings found in the city of Odessa, Ukraine ARCHITECTURE odessa is a series of illustrations by Ukranian artist Dasha Pliska that creatively combines architecture with human hands. Her drawings present an artistic view of hands cradling, carrying, resting on, and seemingly assembling old buildings found in the city of Odessa, Ukraine ARCHITECTURE odessa is a series of illustrations by Ukranian artist Dasha Pliska that creatively combines architecture with human hands. Her drawings present an artistic view of hands cradling, carrying, resting on, and seemingly assembling old buildings found in the city of Odessa, Ukraine ARCHITECTURE odessa is a series of illustrations by Ukranian artist Dasha Pliska that creatively combines architecture with human hands. Her drawings present an artistic view of hands cradling, carrying, resting on, and seemingly assembling old buildings found in the city of Odessa, Ukraine ARCHITECTURE odessa is a series of illustrations by Ukranian artist Dasha Pliska that creatively combines architecture with human hands. Her drawings present an artistic view of hands cradling, carrying, resting on, and seemingly assembling old buildings found in the city of Odessa, Ukraine

ARCHITECTURE odessa is a series of illustrations by Ukranian artist Dasha Pliska that creatively combines architecture with human hands. Her drawings present an artistic view of hands cradling, carrying, resting on, and seemingly assembling old buildings found in the city of Odessa, Ukraine. (via mymodernmet.com)

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We layout

Graphic Layout Drawings by American artist and geometer Mark A Reynolds

Graphic Layout Drawings by American artist and geometer Mark A Reynolds /

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We have sandwiches

David Laferriere, drawing, lunch bags, lunchbag drawings, marker drawings, sandwhich, sandwich art, sandwich bag drawings, sandwich bags, sharpie marker David Laferriere, drawing, lunch bags, lunchbag drawings, marker drawings, sandwhich, sandwich art, sandwich bag drawings, sandwich bags, sharpie marker David Laferriere, drawing, lunch bags, lunchbag drawings, marker drawings, sandwhich, sandwich art, sandwich bag drawings, sandwich bags, sharpie marker David Laferriere, drawing, lunch bags, lunchbag drawings, marker drawings, sandwhich, sandwich art, sandwich bag drawings, sandwich bags, sharpie marker

‘Best Dad Ever’ – Massachusetts-based graphic designer David Laferriere illustrates his kids’s lunch bags almost every day since 2008 /

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We make progress

 a set of fun graphic designs interpretations parodying the famous “March of Progress” (the drawing synthesizing 4 million years of human evolution) by French print & graphic design studio Maentis. a set of fun graphic designs interpretations parodying the famous “March of Progress” (the drawing synthesizing 4 million years of human evolution) by French print & graphic design studio Maentis  a set of fun graphic designs interpretations parodying the famous “March of Progress” (the drawing synthesizing 4 million years of human evolution) by French print & graphic design studio Maentis  a set of fun graphic designs interpretations parodying the famous “March of Progress” (the drawing synthesizing 4 million years of human evolution) by French print & graphic design studio Maentis  a set of fun graphic designs interpretations parodying the famous “March of Progress” (the drawing synthesizing 4 million years of human evolution) by French print & graphic design studio Maentis  a set of fun graphic designs interpretations parodying the famous “March of Progress” (the drawing synthesizing 4 million years of human evolution) by French print & graphic design studio Maentis  a set of fun graphic designs interpretations parodying the famous “March of Progress” (the drawing synthesizing 4 million years of human evolution) by French print & graphic design studio Maentis  a set of fun graphic designs interpretations parodying the famous “March of Progress” (the drawing synthesizing 4 million years of human evolution) by French print & graphic design studio Maentis  a set of fun graphic designs interpretations parodying the famous “March of Progress” (the drawing synthesizing 4 million years of human evolution) by French print & graphic design studio Maentis  a set of fun graphic designs interpretations parodying the famous “March of Progress” (the drawing synthesizing 4 million years of human evolution) by French print & graphic design studio Maentis

From the Series ’99 Steps of Progress’ – a set of fun graphic designs interpretations parodying the famous “March of Progress” (the drawing synthesizing 4 million years of human evolution) by French print & graphic design studio Maentis

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We make faces

sketch portraits drawing fun game pencil sketching painting art people faces portraiture sketch portraits drawing fun game pencil sketching painting art people faces portraiture sketch portraits drawing fun game pencil sketching painting art people faces portraiture sketch portraits drawing fun game pencil sketching painting art people faces portraiture sketch portraits drawing fun game pencil sketching painting art people faces portraiture

‘As Drawn By‘ – fun unique portraits created from the following game:

#1 You must draw the person without looking down at the paper #2 your pen must not leave the page so that the drawing is one continuous line #3 you have only one minute.

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