Meditative Geometric Shapes Doodled on Old Ledgers by Albert Chamillard
4 monthes ago - By Colossal
Albert Chamillard ‘s monochromatic pen drawings have drawn acclaim for their ability to calm the minds of viewers. It's interesting to learn, then, that Chamillard listens to punk and metal while crafting his art, which he shared in an interview with Faithwaites. Though each monochromatic pen-wrought work is undeniably flat, the artist's careful use of cross-hatching creates a sense of volume by contrasting more- and less-saturated areas. Chamillard uses found and deadstock paper, especially vintage ledgers, and engages the papers' subtle blue and red writing rules to frame subtle zig-zag...
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