Often times, gesture drawings are relegated to practice illustrations for artists, but Adara Sanchez Anguiano pushes past her rough renderings and has refined her images of people changing clothes to the point of being a full-fledged art series. The way she captures the shapes and nuances of people’s torsos is remarkable, and the fact that she doesn’t have to rely on faces to engage with viewers speaks of just how amazing these drawings truly are.
Adara Sanchez Anguiano is based in Barcelona, where she works as an illustrator and graphic designer. She mostly enjoys drawing people’s hands and skin, which would explain this idiosyncratic series. Few can complain though as Anguiano is able to capture impossibly articulate poses using nothing more than a pencil and her raw talent.
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