Monday, May 07, 2007

Calamity Discussion

David Apatoff, blogger behind Illustration Art, has posted a nice conversation about my Calamity drawing that ran in American Illustration 25. Go check it out and post something really profound.

http://www.illustrationart.blogspot.com (Second in the LINKS section to the right)

2 comments:

logan said...

Nice! That's a great survey of your drawing. I think the Brueghel comparison is appropriate. This piece always reminds me of Durer as well, specifically some of his woodcuts: dense, humorous, and meticulously executed.

What sort of artists have you been looking at recently?

John Hendrix said...

I was just in NYC and saw that Stella show, "Painting into Architecture" which was fascinating. But, while I was there I really was taken by the new Hellenistic Wing. As for drawing drawings, I am reading the BRILLIANT picture novel "The adventures of Hugo Cabret" by David Selznick.