A world of pictures that please the eye
and leave the mind alone.

Not really a world yet.
More of a small room.

Oh, I have a more organized gallery on Wysp these days. Go ahead, take a gander!

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sbosma:

CRITICAL EDUCATION

New one for SooJin Buzelli at Planadviser magazine, based on the concept of “The importance of the right training/knowledge is power.” A pretty tricky phrase to illustrate, particularly since I needed to encapsulate both of those slightly different ideas. I like all the other sketches, but this is the only one that clicks with the concept. A nice thing with SooJin’s assignments is that I often get neat sketches that I can reuse later on for personal stuff.

Bottom is the color study, which, in some ways I prefer, but it made me too sleepy. Flashbacks of falling asleep in overly warm classrooms.

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supersolidsnake64:

Pokemon Solid and Pokemon Liquid

Coming Soon…

Ikuyoan

There is no word grand enough to describe this splendor.

It isn’t all that farfetch’d though. what with the bunch of spherical magnets and a dragon with a turbine protruding from its behind.

Oh, and actual metal gears, but we don’t talk about them.

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 New Whimsical Drawings by Sagaki Keita

Japanese artist Sagaki Keita recently updated his portfolio with a number of new works from 2012. Keita creates composite pen and ink illustrations using thousands of densely scribbled doodles, goofy characters seemingly born from the margins of notebook paper that then form everything from Roman statues to artworks from pop culture. Several of these illustrations are actually part of a commissioned campaign for Expedia from late last year.