What a way to spend a summer. British artist Peter Wenman produced this phenomenal project around the market in Cambridge, England. It’s a panoramic drawing, 2.8 metres long, done in a Moleskine ‘Japanese album.’ Exquisite detail and beautiful execution. It must be wonderful to pore over. See all the panels on Wenman’s Behance site, here.
Sloth, one of the seven deadly sins, is the subject of this Drawing in Church sketch by well-known illustrator John Hendrix. He sketches during the sermon every Sunday (but waits to do the watercolors until he’s home). He has an interesting perspective on why art from a pew works for him.
Simultaneous drawing and listening transforms familiar language into something new- a feedback loop of symbols, theology and wonder. –John Hendrix, Sketchbook 6
This is James Gulliver Hancock’s contribution to a 2012 calendar produced by a design blog in Australia. Based in Sydney, Australia, and Brooklyn, N.Y., Hancock is a well-known commercial illustrator, who has also had numerous exhibitions of his personal art. His website is here. Also see this previous post on travel lists and itineraries by artists.