Judit Kristensen on the pace and vulnerability of her pencil portraits
“I like bad drawers, or I like when there are vulnerable elements in a drawing,” says artist Judit Kristensen. From Umeå in the north of Sweden but currently based in Copenhagen, Judit has tried to hang on to some of the less-than-perfect technical details from when she first started working in this style two years ago. “ I guess time has made me a better draftsman – for better and for worse. I prefer empathetic over perfection, and you cant really be voluntarily bad to make a drawing…
Illustrators unite behind fundraiser to save world’s rainforests | Design Week
Breathe Easy is a month-long fundraiser dedicated to giving people a tangible way to do their bit to save the rainforest.
Drawing Your Life: Mini Lesson #6
All the Drawing Your Life Mini Lessons have now been typed up, expanded, revised, updated and published into an ebook & video course for you! Purchase this in my ETSY shop HERE. Discover Your L…
Don't Worry Be Happy — Gina Kiel
Don't Worry Be Happy. A lithograph print for a Future themed exhibition with Look Hear festival Australia.