It’s impossible to get enough of Gosia Herba’s inspiring work.
Graphic designer David LaFerriere has drawn more than 1,800 of these illustrations on his children’s sandwich lunch bags since 2008 and has millions of views on the Flickr stream where they’re all logged. The Kritzels, the characters he draws in marker, are creatures of love, friendship and trust.
Whether you’re planning a trip for summer, or just back from a winter jaunt, the many faces of travel are in these sketches from Instagram. Above: @jdhanchett – Cruising through the Alps
New Brunswick artist Natasha Miller’s East Coast art is a refreshing combination of charcoal and primary colours. She creates black and white silhouette seascapes and landscapes using homemade maple charcoal from her mobile Italian wood fired pizza oven and acrylic paint used for the fine details.
Joasia Fidler-Wieruszewska created this “Doodle Land” book as her Master’s final project at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, illustrating with felt pen how a metropolis operates.
The Urban Sketchers cooperative hosts fascinating works by sketchers all over the world, often with back stories told in the artist’s comments. Here is a typical selection, with links to each original narrative.