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  • Art. illustration. For Example: Ryan Joucla

    21.01.2015

    Ryan Joucla

    illustration

    Really love the depth of darkness of these charcoal drawings, next to the black and white photographs, like memories fading to black.

    'Joucla works primarily with film photography and through the practice of charcoal drawing. Through his practice Joucla questions the in-between spaces that exist among the landscape, unnoticed or ignored, transforming them into ambiguous scenes that appear both familiar and unfamiliar.'

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    21.01.2015

    Ryan Joucla

    illustration

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    21.01.2015

    Ryan Joucla

    illustration

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    21.01.2015

    Ryan Joucla

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    21.01.2015

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    illustration

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    21.01.2015

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  • FOR EXAMPLE: FAVOURITES

    05.01.2017

    Art, illustration, Mike McDonnell

    Mike McDonnell

    illustration

    19.09.2015

    Art, illustration, Tauno Ostra

    Tauno Ostra

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    21.01.2015

    Art, illustration, Ryan Joucla

    Ryan Joucla

    illustration

    13.04.2017

    Art, illustration, Shema Ladva

    Shema Ladva

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    01.05.2016

    Art, illustration, Nicholas Herbert

    Nicholas Herbert

    illustration

    16.11.2014

    Art, illustration, onemouthli

    onemouthli

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    18.08.2016

    Art, illustration, Luise Faurholt

    Luise Faurholt

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    08.09.2015

    Art, illustration, Philipp Zurmöhle

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