penmanshipstypography:

1. Draw Some Guidelines

2. Sketch Out Where Everything Should Go

3. You Can See In Photo 3 How Many Eraser Marks There Are. It Took Me A Lot Of Tries To Get It Where I Wanted It. 

4. Once You Get It Where You Want It Start Going Over It With A Marker. 

5. Finish Inking It. 

6. Thicken The Lines. 

7. Once All Lines Are Thickened Erase All Of Your Guidelines. And There You Have It.

Wonderful handwritten typography! I am in love penmanshipstypography:

1. Draw Some Guidelines

2. Sketch Out Where Everything Should Go

3. You Can See In Photo 3 How Many Eraser Marks There Are. It Took Me A Lot Of Tries To Get It Where I Wanted It. 

4. Once You Get It Where You Want It Start Going Over It With A Marker. 

5. Finish Inking It. 

6. Thicken The Lines. 

7. Once All Lines Are Thickened Erase All Of Your Guidelines. And There You Have It.

Wonderful handwritten typography! I am in love penmanshipstypography:

1. Draw Some Guidelines

2. Sketch Out Where Everything Should Go

3. You Can See In Photo 3 How Many Eraser Marks There Are. It Took Me A Lot Of Tries To Get It Where I Wanted It. 

4. Once You Get It Where You Want It Start Going Over It With A Marker. 

5. Finish Inking It. 

6. Thicken The Lines. 

7. Once All Lines Are Thickened Erase All Of Your Guidelines. And There You Have It.

Wonderful handwritten typography! I am in love penmanshipstypography:

1. Draw Some Guidelines

2. Sketch Out Where Everything Should Go

3. You Can See In Photo 3 How Many Eraser Marks There Are. It Took Me A Lot Of Tries To Get It Where I Wanted It. 

4. Once You Get It Where You Want It Start Going Over It With A Marker. 

5. Finish Inking It. 

6. Thicken The Lines. 

7. Once All Lines Are Thickened Erase All Of Your Guidelines. And There You Have It.

Wonderful handwritten typography! I am in love penmanshipstypography:

1. Draw Some Guidelines

2. Sketch Out Where Everything Should Go

3. You Can See In Photo 3 How Many Eraser Marks There Are. It Took Me A Lot Of Tries To Get It Where I Wanted It. 

4. Once You Get It Where You Want It Start Going Over It With A Marker. 

5. Finish Inking It. 

6. Thicken The Lines. 

7. Once All Lines Are Thickened Erase All Of Your Guidelines. And There You Have It.

Wonderful handwritten typography! I am in love penmanshipstypography:

1. Draw Some Guidelines

2. Sketch Out Where Everything Should Go

3. You Can See In Photo 3 How Many Eraser Marks There Are. It Took Me A Lot Of Tries To Get It Where I Wanted It. 

4. Once You Get It Where You Want It Start Going Over It With A Marker. 

5. Finish Inking It. 

6. Thicken The Lines. 

7. Once All Lines Are Thickened Erase All Of Your Guidelines. And There You Have It.

Wonderful handwritten typography! I am in love penmanshipstypography:

1. Draw Some Guidelines

2. Sketch Out Where Everything Should Go

3. You Can See In Photo 3 How Many Eraser Marks There Are. It Took Me A Lot Of Tries To Get It Where I Wanted It. 

4. Once You Get It Where You Want It Start Going Over It With A Marker. 

5. Finish Inking It. 

6. Thicken The Lines. 

7. Once All Lines Are Thickened Erase All Of Your Guidelines. And There You Have It.

Wonderful handwritten typography! I am in love penmanshipstypography:

1. Draw Some Guidelines

2. Sketch Out Where Everything Should Go

3. You Can See In Photo 3 How Many Eraser Marks There Are. It Took Me A Lot Of Tries To Get It Where I Wanted It. 

4. Once You Get It Where You Want It Start Going Over It With A Marker. 

5. Finish Inking It. 

6. Thicken The Lines. 

7. Once All Lines Are Thickened Erase All Of Your Guidelines. And There You Have It.

Wonderful handwritten typography! I am in love penmanshipstypography:

1. Draw Some Guidelines

2. Sketch Out Where Everything Should Go

3. You Can See In Photo 3 How Many Eraser Marks There Are. It Took Me A Lot Of Tries To Get It Where I Wanted It. 

4. Once You Get It Where You Want It Start Going Over It With A Marker. 

5. Finish Inking It. 

6. Thicken The Lines. 

7. Once All Lines Are Thickened Erase All Of Your Guidelines. And There You Have It.

Wonderful handwritten typography! I am in love

penmanshipstypography:

1. Draw Some Guidelines

2. Sketch Out Where Everything Should Go

3. You Can See In Photo 3 How Many Eraser Marks There Are. It Took Me A Lot Of Tries To Get It Where I Wanted It.

4. Once You Get It Where You Want It Start Going Over It With A Marker.

5. Finish Inking It.

6. Thicken The Lines.

7. Once All Lines Are Thickened Erase All Of Your Guidelines. And There You Have It.

Wonderful handwritten typography! I am in love

Portrait of my friend. Did this on 4”x6” paper

He’s back.

splinteredinherhead:

 



John Foster - Sparkle Palace Cocktail Table (2012





I want this table. splinteredinherhead:

 



John Foster - Sparkle Palace Cocktail Table (2012





I want this table. splinteredinherhead:

 



John Foster - Sparkle Palace Cocktail Table (2012





I want this table. splinteredinherhead:

 



John Foster - Sparkle Palace Cocktail Table (2012





I want this table. splinteredinherhead:

 



John Foster - Sparkle Palace Cocktail Table (2012





I want this table. splinteredinherhead:

 



John Foster - Sparkle Palace Cocktail Table (2012





I want this table. splinteredinherhead:

 



John Foster - Sparkle Palace Cocktail Table (2012





I want this table. splinteredinherhead:

 



John Foster - Sparkle Palace Cocktail Table (2012





I want this table.

splinteredinherhead:

 

John Foster - Sparkle Palace Cocktail Table (2012

I want this table.

(via naked-sherlock)

Quick comic I made. My favorite scene from last week’s episode!

Really loved the governor’s character on last week’s episode.

“It’s important to make someone happy, and it’s important to start with yourself.”
— Unknown (via perfect)

(via b0wiesinspace)

Walked in the woods yesterday with someone special. It’s a great feeling to have someone with you where you feel the most vulnerable.

artsfortransit:

“Our clocks keep track, ticking past seconds, minutes, hours, days. In Grand Central, the clock stands sentinel, measuring moments and bearing witness to the millions of people who stream through as we bustle to and from our family, our work, our passions, our lives,” said curator Amy Hausmann, Deputy  Director, MTA Arts for Transit, in describing the inspiration for ON TIME/Grand Central at 100. “Grand Central is a place where past, present and future come together. The artists are thinking about a sense of time, bending it and exploring what this mythic and romantic place means to us.”  See it for yourself! On view at the New York Transit Museum Gallery at Grand Central through Sunday, July 7. Get your own copy of this poster here!

Image: Pop Chart Lab, Constellations2012.

This is wonderful.

chriskoehler:

Here is a quick demo I did in my friend Caitlin’s Watermedia class. This took about an hour using Pentel Color Brushes on Canson vellum Bristol. If you dig it, follow my tumblr and check me out on facebook!

This is one of my favorite artists of all time. Check out more of his beautiful ink illustrations at http://chriskoehler.com/