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  1. Nest

    We loved how Marianne Boruch’s poem inspired Jean Mackay’s beautifully detailed drawing of a bird’s nest: “Woven basket of a saint sent back to life as a bird…”

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  2. The Peach Tree

    Design-lover Lauren shares tutorials, resources, and personal insights from her ongoing journey into typography, lettering, and drawing.

    Crafts
  3. Inktober Day 18: Filthy

    We loved the expressions of the “Baker Street irregulars” — a response to an Inktober prompt, “filthy” by the artist Screentone.

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    Art by Screentone
  4. The Eclectic Light Company

    Why focus on just one topic? At The Eclectic Light Company, Howard Oakley splits his attention between two passions: painting and Apple products.

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  5. Umanbn

    On his blog, Switzerland-based artist and designer Mark Hodgson sketches a variety of things, from buildings and street scenes to people and portraits.

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  8. Don’t Look

    A former museum assistant unearths drawings in an old, tiny sketchpad, kept in the pocket of a blazer during shifts in the galleries.

    Humor
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  10. paulmakesart

    An online gallery by artist Paul Ayres, showcasing drawings and paintings, portraiture of celebrities and notable people, and a style that experiments with lines and digital art.

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  11. “Jumble City”

    You could spend hours poring over Chris Fraser’s intricate Jumble City and still not absorb all of its fine details. But don’t let that stop you from trying!

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    By Chris Fraser
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  13. Brushpark-Watercolors

    The watercolors and drawings of German artist Carsten Wieland are wide-ranging, from weekend sketches and seasonal scenes to abstract work and art inspired from his travels. Posts are in English and German.

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    Sketch by John Hofman
  15. Back To Basics With Art and Illustration

    “Once you let go of any judgement and faithfully transport what’s in your mind onto the page, that’s when you discover who you really are.” Writer and illustrator Millie Ho candidly describes her creative process.

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