Archive for the “Drawing” category

Malcolm Gladwell Collected

by Tanya on January 13, 2012

What’s better than your favourite Malcolm Gladwell book? How about all of his first three books fully illustrated and packaged together in a nicely designed box set. Designed by Paul Sahre with original drawings by Brian Rea, you can now (…)

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Orphan

by Tanya on April 21, 2011

UK based artist, Sam Winston, explored a unique storytelling method when writing his book Orphan. For ten years he collected scraps of paper, diary notes and typed word documents all pertaining to one idea. When he reached his final draft (…)

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Ryu Itadani

by Jill on April 6, 2011

Ryu Itadani is a Berlin based artist and winner of the 2010 – 2011 POLA Art Foundation fellowship. Originally from Osaka, Japan, Itadani has lived in many cities around the world including Toronto, Tokyo and London. The city, nature and (…)

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Raymond Biesinger

by Jill on April 4, 2011

Raymond Biesinger is an illustrator from Edmonton, Alberta who recently made the move east to Montreal. A self-taught illustrator, Biesinger’s authentic, hand-made style is crafted using many tools such as pens, inks, photos, acrylics, rubber stamps, photocopiers, Letraset, typewriters, exacto (…)

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Sketchbook Scenes

by Jill on March 15, 2011

Wil Freeborn is a designer and illustrator based in Gourock, Scotland. While sketching everyday during his commute into Glasgow, he got the drawing bug. As a result of his continuous efforts, he has created a large collection of beautiful watercolour (…)

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