This month our 2010 calendar features illustrator Despina Georgiadis. To see more of her work, click here.
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This month our 2010 calendar features illustrator Margaret Hurst. To see more of her work, click here.
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So in the spirit of drawings, Studio 1482 has switched gears two weeks into their One Drawing A Day project and created a separate website to host the daily drawings. Every day a different member will post a new drawing, building a beautiful archive of Studio images. While we will still post an occasional drawing [...]
One Drawing a Day, that’s 365 drawings in a year. Not bad, it’s fortunate for my colleagues and I that we love to draw. As reportage artists, Illustrators, designers, photographer, film makers and painters we love to think with our hands. The drawing for today speaks for itself. That’s my Grandpa, he has the thousand [...]
OTRA is one hot latin jazz dance band that I saw performing at the Blue Nile in New Orleans. I met Sam Price, the bassist, when I was drawing him performing with another group at a club on Bourbon Street. “You’ve got to come to Frenchman Street and draw!” he said, and drew me a [...]
Hi, Margaret here! Last Saturday was National Pigeon Day. There is a gathering of pigeon lovers who extol the wonders and glories of pigeons. I could only stay for a little while, but for the brief time I was there I never saw an actual pigeon! How ironic that there would not be a pigeon [...]
A few years back, I had the opportunity to get up close and personal with a couple of (very large) horses. I mainly did a lot of shooting that day as their handler had them trotting, galloping and doing all kinds of things. But as I was looking through the photos recently, I found a [...]