repress / regress by Dhiyanah Hassan.
Drawing by Dhiyanah Abul Hassan
P.S Background to the story behind me posting this drawing can be read here. Rim.
4 page / 風の背骨 Back bone of the Wind. The original letterpress art book. The illustration and the poem 林孝彦 HAYASHI Takahiko 1987. With thanks to takahikohayashi.
“Featured Artist: Loui Jover” by Redbubble | Redbubble
“One of the most delightful aspects of Loui Jover’s portfolio is his honesty. It takes a great deal of skill to produce ink drawings of this calibre, but to reach beyond a single medium and branch into comics and even some short films speaks of a candidness not many artists are willing to display.Jover’s family migrated to Australia from Europe where his father restored religious icons and, thankfully for us, taught him the fundamentals of drawing while he was still knee-high to a grasshopper. He not only got the gist, but went on to study at the Commercial Art Institute of Melbourne via correspondence, while still very young. He has also worked as a military illustrator, reprographic and regimental photographer and continued to study art in various settings. Much of Jover’s creativity, however, comes from travel, self-study and meditation. This portfolio covers a range of thoughts and emotions from the serious to the loveable to the comical. If, like many of his followers, you love the effect of the drips on Jover’s ink drawings, you’ll be interested to know they are partly intentional and partly masters of their own journeys across the page.When he is not blowing us away with gorgeous lines or making us chuckle or weep with his cartoons, the artist is regularly having work displayed in both group and solo exhibitions.”
— Karen Lotz, president and publisher of Candlewick Press — the publishing house that released The Odyssey in the U.S.
Illustrations upward and urbanization 3 by Xuan Anh Nguyen. With thanks to acidadebranca.