This is my tribute for popular KAWS. I inspired from Companion series and turn it with my style - Robolism. Ink on A3 paper. Open for commission.
Skateboard deck for #iheartdecks exhibition in Wynwood.
Smiling Ink drawing.
Doodle in photo, "Let's go around the world"
D. H. Lawrence
Pen & ink stipple portrait of Thomas Mann.
I have been really enjoying this motif lately of mixing geometric shapes and linework with the fluidity of watercolor.
Painted Zip disk. Mixed media. I love old retro stuff and found rejected objects. It's hard to believe how fast zip, floppy, jaz, etc. disks became yesterdays technology. It's about time these old disks found a new purpose and some respect.
Jolie good! :D
I always tell students to start a project with quick sketches to develop a shape language. Plus research, then you can start to generate ideas. This is one of who knows how many small sketches I'll do to start this project. #ideation #designsketches #pilo
#michealschofield #oragami #prisonbreak
This shambling creature haunts the fetid marshlands and is a protector of the birds and beasts who reside there. He's ancient, the last of his kind and a gentle soul who would much rather hide under the sticky mud than come face to face with a stranger.
Moleskine Doodle - April 2015
Doodle with ballpen+vectorized+add colors
All you need is love...
#filthy heart land
Daily drawing #538
This panda wants to go fishing. 5"x7" ink and watercolor on Strathmore mixed media paper.
Moleskine Doodle - September 2015
29DEC16 - Jars
'Oh how wonderful life would be, if I had my own little house in a tree!' This one was created for the Urban Explorer Challenge and I loved every minute of it! As a lover of the natural environment I had to draw on where my heart lies so a treehouse seemed a fitting response!
Emily and Friends
Aldous Huxley. Pen and ink on paper.
A colored pencil sketch filled in with Copic marker. I ended up scanning the sketch and turning it into a sticker.
Work space desk and inspiration
Wild sketchbook doodles by Diana Koehne
Try it: Take a sharpie, give yourself five-minutes on the clock and see what doodle you come up with.