The Natural and Urban Collide in the Drawings of Pat Perry
A peek inside the sketchbooks of Michigan based artist and illustrator Pat Perry reveals a fascinating world where the natural world seems on a direct collision course with the urban. Silhouettes of people and wildlife are filled with rich, textured stories that seem to be representative of dreamlike memories. The detail in Perry’s work is undeniably amazing, even the images above don’t quite do it justice, spend some time scrolling (horizontally) through his sketchbook blog to see what I’m talking about. Follow Perry on Flickr or Instagram. He also did a great interview a while back with Amir from Beautiful Decay which you can read over on the Huffington Post.
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