Sketches by Lee Misenheimer

 

Sketches by Lee Misenheimer

 

Calling Lee Misenheimer’s drawings ‘sketches’ (as he does) seems a large understatement when you consider the minute detail and incredible patience that must be involved in creating these smooth and visually intense pieces.

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Sketches by Lee Misenheimer

Sketches by Lee Misenheimer

Sketches by Lee Misenheimer
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I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again: having a look at an artists’ sketchbook is almost always the best source of inspiration and the greatest way to appreciate an artists’ work.

I find the role of the sketchbook to be severely underrated in many ways, and most portfolios I come across seem to neglect its potential – opening up your sketchbook and scanning a few pages for others (that is, any stranger on the internet) to see is definitely not the easiest thing to do.

But when one goes through with it, I love the insight it gives into the artists’ creative process. Soey Milk is no exception – her sketchbook drawings are raw, sensual and eye-catching.

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I love these strange and great drawings out of Tof Zapanta’s sketchbook. I came to discover Tof’s work via a neat little service known as Kuvva – a project that the great studio Present Plus is involved in.

Kuvva provides beautiful artwork to populate dead space – such as your Twitter background or desktop (and in the future your TV, mobile and Tumblr). If you’re interested in having your artwork as part of their collection – email them.

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