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Julian Landini \\ Girls movement in lines.

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Yes, Julian Landini proves that only with pencils, ball-point pens you could reach that. (I'm just kidding.) Look how lifelike those girls in his "lines" drawings.






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Monica Loya \\ Watercolour of Women.

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Monica Loya's water colour of women portraits.







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楊北辰 Yang, Pei-Chen \\ Real objects into wood craft.

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I've seen/impressed by his works few times in Taiwan, you won't want to miss all work of 楊北辰 Yang, Pei-Chen, do you believe these are not real clothes/shoes/bags? This definitely is the real artist for wood!




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Mark Ulriksen \\ More illustrations here!

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Aha! More personal works from Mark Ulriksen.





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Mark Ulriksen \\ My name is Mark.

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Remember Mark Ulriksen of yesterday's post? Cannot ignore this series of his life, worth to spend 5 min. to read it all up!





(I'm not gonna post everything, just check his website! :)

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Mark Ulriksen \\ Critical illustrations for The New Yorker

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I've been follow The New Yorker for quite a long time, found some covers by Mark Ulriksen really interesting. Though honestly I'm not a big fan of the way he exaggerated figures, I DO like the way he "played" with those strong and vivid colours. Besides, all his works are perfectly matches The New Yorker's font title. Must be such an eye-catcher in the stores!










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Dan Page \\ A little bit sarcastic illustration.

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I found Dan Page while browsing Wall Street Jornal and the first illustration caught my eyes. You can easily feel the sarcastic stories behind those pictures. I also like his images combine pop and print. Enjoy!








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Eddie K. \\ Swimming people.

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Paintings by UK artist Eddie K.






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