I like the way this drawing looks like a continuous line, whilst remaining realistic. I like the way the artist has used bold expressive lines to show the tone on the face, rather than blending the ink.
This is a really good example for the element of line, because your eyes have to follow the line down in order to see the faces drawn into it. This piece of art is also a very good example of a Continuous Contour Line Drawing because it is only one line drawn into all three of the faces. I was drawn to this image because at first I thought it was just a scribble, but when I payed closer attention I saw that it created three faces.
Over the last year, Polish designer and illustrator Janusz Jurek has been exploring different forms of generative illustration as it relates to the human form. Some of my favorites are collected into a series title Papilarnie where bundled lines that look like lightning or roadways on maps converge into 3D arms, feet, and other incomplete bodies.
Masterpieces like these would look good hanging on any wall (25 HQ Photos)