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  • Art. illustration. For Example: mark illing

    20.07.2012

    mark illing

    illustration

    Mark is just a naive Canadian with an obsessive nature for creating little machine-like worlds. These drawing are done primarily in ink with just a sparing amount of pencil work when necessary. This way every mark made on the paper is permanent and therefore forces the process to be about negotiating with whatever mistakes have been made rather than endlessly attempting to perfect a design. Each drawing begins on the micro level with a careful consideration for the construction of each detail. At this scale the specific elements are very deliberately constructed, but as the image grows the overarching composition begins to takes on subtle, organic gestures. The more the image expands the more pronounced these gestures become. As a result the drawings often have localized rules for perspective that do not necessarily agree throughout the entire image.

    It is this contrasts between micro and macro, between structural and organic and between the deliberate and the unintentional design of each of these drawing that makes them so enjoyable to create. The thrill of drawing is in the invention of a new logic that develops as the project evolves.

    www.cargocollective.com/markilling
  • Art. illustration. For Example: mark illing

    20.07.2012

    mark illing

    illustration

    Mark is just a naive Canadian with an obsessive nature for creating little machine-like worlds. These drawing are done primarily in ink with just a sparing amount of pencil work when necessary. This way every mark made on the paper is permanent and therefore forces the process to be about negotiating with whatever mistakes have been made rather than endlessly attempting to perfect a design. Each drawing begins on the micro level with a careful consideration for the construction of each detail. At this scale the specific elements are very deliberately constructed, but as the image grows the overarching composition begins to takes on subtle, organic gestures. The more the image expands the more pronounced these gestures become. As a result the drawings often have localized rules for perspective that do not necessarily agree throughout the entire image.

    It is this contrasts between micro and macro, between structural and organic and between the deliberate and the unintentional design of each of these drawing that makes them so enjoyable to create. The thrill of drawing is in the invention of a new logic that develops as the project evolves.

    www.cargocollective.com/markilling
  • Art. illustration. For Example: mark illing

    20.07.2012

    mark illing

    illustration

    Mark is just a naive Canadian with an obsessive nature for creating little machine-like worlds. These drawing are done primarily in ink with just a sparing amount of pencil work when necessary. This way every mark made on the paper is permanent and therefore forces the process to be about negotiating with whatever mistakes have been made rather than endlessly attempting to perfect a design. Each drawing begins on the micro level with a careful consideration for the construction of each detail. At this scale the specific elements are very deliberately constructed, but as the image grows the overarching composition begins to takes on subtle, organic gestures. The more the image expands the more pronounced these gestures become. As a result the drawings often have localized rules for perspective that do not necessarily agree throughout the entire image.

    It is this contrasts between micro and macro, between structural and organic and between the deliberate and the unintentional design of each of these drawing that makes them so enjoyable to create. The thrill of drawing is in the invention of a new logic that develops as the project evolves.

    www.cargocollective.com/markilling
  • Art. illustration. For Example: mark illing

    20.07.2012

    mark illing

    illustration

    Mark is just a naive Canadian with an obsessive nature for creating little machine-like worlds. These drawing are done primarily in ink with just a sparing amount of pencil work when necessary. This way every mark made on the paper is permanent and therefore forces the process to be about negotiating with whatever mistakes have been made rather than endlessly attempting to perfect a design. Each drawing begins on the micro level with a careful consideration for the construction of each detail. At this scale the specific elements are very deliberately constructed, but as the image grows the overarching composition begins to takes on subtle, organic gestures. The more the image expands the more pronounced these gestures become. As a result the drawings often have localized rules for perspective that do not necessarily agree throughout the entire image.

    It is this contrasts between micro and macro, between structural and organic and between the deliberate and the unintentional design of each of these drawing that makes them so enjoyable to create. The thrill of drawing is in the invention of a new logic that develops as the project evolves.

    www.cargocollective.com/markilling
  • Art. illustration. For Example: mark illing

    20.07.2012

    mark illing

    illustration

    Mark is just a naive Canadian with an obsessive nature for creating little machine-like worlds. These drawing are done primarily in ink with just a sparing amount of pencil work when necessary. This way every mark made on the paper is permanent and therefore forces the process to be about negotiating with whatever mistakes have been made rather than endlessly attempting to perfect a design. Each drawing begins on the micro level with a careful consideration for the construction of each detail. At this scale the specific elements are very deliberately constructed, but as the image grows the overarching composition begins to takes on subtle, organic gestures. The more the image expands the more pronounced these gestures become. As a result the drawings often have localized rules for perspective that do not necessarily agree throughout the entire image.

    It is this contrasts between micro and macro, between structural and organic and between the deliberate and the unintentional design of each of these drawing that makes them so enjoyable to create. The thrill of drawing is in the invention of a new logic that develops as the project evolves.

    www.cargocollective.com/markilling
  • Art. illustration. For Example: mark illing

    20.07.2012

    mark illing

    illustration

    Mark is just a naive Canadian with an obsessive nature for creating little machine-like worlds. These drawing are done primarily in ink with just a sparing amount of pencil work when necessary. This way every mark made on the paper is permanent and therefore forces the process to be about negotiating with whatever mistakes have been made rather than endlessly attempting to perfect a design. Each drawing begins on the micro level with a careful consideration for the construction of each detail. At this scale the specific elements are very deliberately constructed, but as the image grows the overarching composition begins to takes on subtle, organic gestures. The more the image expands the more pronounced these gestures become. As a result the drawings often have localized rules for perspective that do not necessarily agree throughout the entire image.

    It is this contrasts between micro and macro, between structural and organic and between the deliberate and the unintentional design of each of these drawing that makes them so enjoyable to create. The thrill of drawing is in the invention of a new logic that develops as the project evolves.

    www.cargocollective.com/markilling
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