This beautiful set of Easter sketches is by Violeta Hernández, an illustrator in Monterrey, Mexico. See the full sketchbook series on the previous Art Junkie Easter posting here.
It’s time to re-appreciate Danny Gregory, an artist, author, illustrator, speaker, podcaster, teacher and mainline, all-round popular celeb. He has a WordPress blog, a website you can easily get lost in, an Instagram account (of course: @dannyobadiah) and assorted social media. But the best way to get to know […]
It doesn’t really matter how the artist chooses to sketch the bounty, browsing through food sketchbooks makes you hungry.
British artist Linzie Hunter always has five or six sketchbooks on the go for the illustration and hand-lettering assignments she does for international clients. Sometimes she just focuses on creative “doodling.”
Sketchbooks filled while on the road often are really souvenirs, full of stories and memories to savour, rather than just good art. I love the narratives and quirky observations of sketch travelers. Gerard Darris was in the French alps when he stopped to sketch a herd of cows […]
I have enjoyed the sketches of Italian artist Angela Maria Russo for many years and today, when it’s still so gray and cold outside, I remembered this uplifting summer drawing. Her sketchbooks are full of gems. Visit her blog, here.