Klimt sketch studies done at the Getty Museum,
Violeta Hernández, an illustrator in Monterrey, Mexico, sketched this series in her Moleskine, which has more examples. Her color blends are fabulous.
Toronto-based Nicole Little considers herself a marker artist, whose Moleskines show her unique style. She says she uses “a ton of different types and mix them pretty freely with india ink, pencil, pencil crayon, and oils, and what I end up with, simply because the medium is so […]
Mexican illustrator Erika Kuhn has a way with hearts – but not in the romantic manner you might expect for Valentine’s Day. She tells the truth about the heart in love, and exquisitely conveys the problems that afflict it. The theme is constant in her beautifully executed Moleskines.
If you are not familiar with the work of British artist Anita Davies, you’re missing out. She is an inventive sketcher who melds her Moleskines seamlessly into everyday life – including this series on a trip to Rome. I am a long-time fan.
Swiss artist Jared Muralt doesn’t confine himself to fantasy in his exceptional Moleskines, but his Hunting for Giant Squids is a great example of his detailed style.