Carine Brancowitz's Artwork is Intricately Everyday and Emotional

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jun 19, 2012 • References: carinebrancowitz & visualnews
Children and adolescents have always had an inkling of what ballpoint pens were capable of as they doodled in their notebooks during boring classes, but Carine Brancowitz is the one who has taken their doodles to the next level. Armed with a seasoned artistic maturity, Carine Brancowitz has transformed the common doodle into intricate illustrations worthy of being displayed in an art gallery.

Working with a primary color palette, Carine Brancowitz's work is crisp with rich detail. Focusing on somewhat mundane scenarios such as smoking, eating and simply standing, she manages to convey a slew of emotions and underlying tensions in each image.

Raised in France, Carine Brancowitz studied illustration, screen printing & lithography at the School of Arts & Graphics Industries in Ecole Estienne. Stats for Ballpoint Pen Illustrations Trending: Older & Mild
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