Melissa Manfull Illustrates Fluid and Organic Structures

 - Dec 17, 2011
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The artwork of Melissa Manfull may look like a random and chaotic mess of lines and color, but there is actually purpose behind every stroke. Working with graphite and ink, Melissa Manfull's illustrations almost have a mathematical precision when a person looks closely at each piece due to the amount of geometric lines and shapes she incorporates in just one section of an artwork.

Based in Los Angeles, Melissa Manfull graduated with a Masters in Fine Art from the Concordia University Montreal. Exhibiting for over a decade, her work has been celebrated many times over for her spectacular attention to intricate details. It is almost as though she has decided to turn manmade architectural forms into fluid, organic shapes. The result is a little bit trippy, but incredibly impressive.