It’s very easy to mistake the work of Kris Davidson as being centuries old. After all, the young artist often renders images evocative of sacred geometry found in ancient tomes. Using myriad shapes, Davidson constructs kaleidoscopic visuals that thrill eyes through aggressive details and technical precision. It’s no wonder why his designs are often used as inspiration for tattoos; they’re just that good.
What may surprise readers about Kris Davidson’s drawings is that he illustrates using nothing but a pencil and paper. It’s not uncommon for artists to employ the aid of computers in order to get similar perfect results, but Davidson forgoes such aid and still manages these visual marvels.
Davidson explains that he creates art to convey a sense of interconnectedness between all things, as well as to demonstrate, “the reciprocal relationship of healing and art.”