I created this drawing in an attempt to find something humorous in the Lance Armstrong fiasco and all the drama that surrounded it.
Acrylic Paint and Ink Marker – “Jack O’Neill” by Lachie Hinton.
“A friend told me that my work is a balance between chaos and order, but I think it always ends up more on the chaotic side.
Artist: Mike Watt.
This is my idea of how humans will evolve. It feels like we are becoming so entwined with technology that I thought it could be interesting to have the technology as part of our bodies.
Fire Fighters – Line Drawing by Mike Watt
I wanted to think of something a bit more fun than firefighters having a water fight with a hose so I gave them water pistols instead.
by Mike Watt
I had a very general idea about the doodle being a landscape that changes, I wanted to keep it very loose and abstract. It was great to just zone out with the Artline pens and draw all night.
I combined strange characters with patterns and a very loose background, drawing straight onto the page with the Artline pens without penciling first to keep the spontaneity.
“When I thought of a monkey flying the main thing was that he would be having fun, he’s doing it Superman style but he has a little smile on his face, like he’s trying to be serious but he’s loving being up there.
By Mike Watt
My name is Elaine Tooth. I was born in 1968 in England, to Irish parents. I have been living in Brisbane, Australia since I was 4 years old.
I started drawing when I was about 10 years old and I was always getting in trouble at school for drawing pictures in my schoolbooks instead of doing my work.