For this series of vibrant and colorful drawings, Luke Pacholski used bright Sharpie and Tombo markers on marker paper to sketch out rad portraits. Incorporating smaller canvases, Pacholski even dabbles in intricate doodling to fill out each masterpiece's background.
Check out the mini series of the incredible Luke Pacholski Illustrations in the gallery above for more glimpses at these radiant images.
Implications - The amount of skill and technique needed to create mind-blowing street art pieces is appreciated by many. Consumers are looking for a little honesty and raw personality to artistic pieces that haven't been manipulated via post-production programs. Brands may fear that traditional methods don't yield as much flashiness, but the truth is, consumers will appreciate its sentiment.
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36 Delightful Doodles
Daring Doodle Tees
Silly Doodle Substitutions
Distracted Juror Drawings
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These Vibrant Luke Pacholski Illustrations Only Use Markers
- By: Summer LuuNov 14, 2010 Updated: May 27 2011