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  • Art. illustration. For Example: Louise Byng

    11.01.2016

    Louise Byng

    illustration

    We featured this wonderful work by Louise Byng back in 2013, but it seems fitting to pop it back at the top spot, in memory of a music and fashion icon. RIP David Bowie!

    www.louisebyng.co.uk
  • Art. illustration. For Example: louise byng

    16.04.2013

    louise byng

    illustration

    Louise Byng graduated from The Arts University College at Bournemouth in 2012 and is now working as a freelance illustrator in her homeland of the West Midlands. Tackling a variety of subjects she utilises graphite and vibrant pencil crayons to create reflective drawings, built upon the use of strong expressive mark-making. Developing a recent interest in portraiture she uses boldness of colour to enhance the character of the subject in a distinctive manner. Playful and sometimes poignant, her illustration practice stems from an interest in social documentation, forming an on-going examination of modern culture. Inspired by the poetry to be found in the more mundane aspects of living, she is also a keen reader and watcher of the news and enjoys generating work based on current affairs. Adopting a learning-through-making philosophy, drawing allows her to discover more about individuals and places, as well as informing more broadly about society, morality and existence. Play and experimentation are as vital to her image-making as observation, and her tactile aesthetic reflects a respect for drawing as a process, not just a finished product. Above all she wants to empower the individual through her work, embracing the value of idiosyncratic marks on both paper and society through a do-it-yourself philosophy.

    www.louisebyng.co.uk
  • Art. illustration. For Example: louise byng

    16.04.2013

    louise byng

    illustration

    Louise Byng graduated from The Arts University College at Bournemouth in 2012 and is now working as a freelance illustrator in her homeland of the West Midlands. Tackling a variety of subjects she utilises graphite and vibrant pencil crayons to create reflective drawings, built upon the use of strong expressive mark-making. Developing a recent interest in portraiture she uses boldness of colour to enhance the character of the subject in a distinctive manner. Playful and sometimes poignant, her illustration practice stems from an interest in social documentation, forming an on-going examination of modern culture. Inspired by the poetry to be found in the more mundane aspects of living, she is also a keen reader and watcher of the news and enjoys generating work based on current affairs. Adopting a learning-through-making philosophy, drawing allows her to discover more about individuals and places, as well as informing more broadly about society, morality and existence. Play and experimentation are as vital to her image-making as observation, and her tactile aesthetic reflects a respect for drawing as a process, not just a finished product. Above all she wants to empower the individual through her work, embracing the value of idiosyncratic marks on both paper and society through a do-it-yourself philosophy.

    www.louisebyng.co.uk
  • Art. illustration. For Example: louise byng

    16.04.2013

    louise byng

    illustration

    Louise Byng graduated from The Arts University College at Bournemouth in 2012 and is now working as a freelance illustrator in her homeland of the West Midlands. Tackling a variety of subjects she utilises graphite and vibrant pencil crayons to create reflective drawings, built upon the use of strong expressive mark-making. Developing a recent interest in portraiture she uses boldness of colour to enhance the character of the subject in a distinctive manner. Playful and sometimes poignant, her illustration practice stems from an interest in social documentation, forming an on-going examination of modern culture. Inspired by the poetry to be found in the more mundane aspects of living, she is also a keen reader and watcher of the news and enjoys generating work based on current affairs. Adopting a learning-through-making philosophy, drawing allows her to discover more about individuals and places, as well as informing more broadly about society, morality and existence. Play and experimentation are as vital to her image-making as observation, and her tactile aesthetic reflects a respect for drawing as a process, not just a finished product. Above all she wants to empower the individual through her work, embracing the value of idiosyncratic marks on both paper and society through a do-it-yourself philosophy.

    www.louisebyng.co.uk
  • Art. illustration. For Example: louise byng

    16.04.2013

    louise byng

    illustration

    Louise Byng graduated from The Arts University College at Bournemouth in 2012 and is now working as a freelance illustrator in her homeland of the West Midlands. Tackling a variety of subjects she utilises graphite and vibrant pencil crayons to create reflective drawings, built upon the use of strong expressive mark-making. Developing a recent interest in portraiture she uses boldness of colour to enhance the character of the subject in a distinctive manner. Playful and sometimes poignant, her illustration practice stems from an interest in social documentation, forming an on-going examination of modern culture. Inspired by the poetry to be found in the more mundane aspects of living, she is also a keen reader and watcher of the news and enjoys generating work based on current affairs. Adopting a learning-through-making philosophy, drawing allows her to discover more about individuals and places, as well as informing more broadly about society, morality and existence. Play and experimentation are as vital to her image-making as observation, and her tactile aesthetic reflects a respect for drawing as a process, not just a finished product. Above all she wants to empower the individual through her work, embracing the value of idiosyncratic marks on both paper and society through a do-it-yourself philosophy.

    www.louisebyng.co.uk
  • Art. illustration. For Example: louise byng

    16.04.2013

    louise byng

    illustration

    Louise Byng graduated from The Arts University College at Bournemouth in 2012 and is now working as a freelance illustrator in her homeland of the West Midlands. Tackling a variety of subjects she utilises graphite and vibrant pencil crayons to create reflective drawings, built upon the use of strong expressive mark-making. Developing a recent interest in portraiture she uses boldness of colour to enhance the character of the subject in a distinctive manner. Playful and sometimes poignant, her illustration practice stems from an interest in social documentation, forming an on-going examination of modern culture. Inspired by the poetry to be found in the more mundane aspects of living, she is also a keen reader and watcher of the news and enjoys generating work based on current affairs. Adopting a learning-through-making philosophy, drawing allows her to discover more about individuals and places, as well as informing more broadly about society, morality and existence. Play and experimentation are as vital to her image-making as observation, and her tactile aesthetic reflects a respect for drawing as a process, not just a finished product. Above all she wants to empower the individual through her work, embracing the value of idiosyncratic marks on both paper and society through a do-it-yourself philosophy.

    www.louisebyng.co.uk
  • Art. illustration. For Example: louise byng

    16.04.2013

    louise byng

    illustration

    Louise Byng graduated from The Arts University College at Bournemouth in 2012 and is now working as a freelance illustrator in her homeland of the West Midlands. Tackling a variety of subjects she utilises graphite and vibrant pencil crayons to create reflective drawings, built upon the use of strong expressive mark-making. Developing a recent interest in portraiture she uses boldness of colour to enhance the character of the subject in a distinctive manner. Playful and sometimes poignant, her illustration practice stems from an interest in social documentation, forming an on-going examination of modern culture. Inspired by the poetry to be found in the more mundane aspects of living, she is also a keen reader and watcher of the news and enjoys generating work based on current affairs. Adopting a learning-through-making philosophy, drawing allows her to discover more about individuals and places, as well as informing more broadly about society, morality and existence. Play and experimentation are as vital to her image-making as observation, and her tactile aesthetic reflects a respect for drawing as a process, not just a finished product. Above all she wants to empower the individual through her work, embracing the value of idiosyncratic marks on both paper and society through a do-it-yourself philosophy.

    www.louisebyng.co.uk
  • FOR EXAMPLE: FAVOURITES

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