Drawings by Jonathan Zawada.
The attention to detail and space-age subject matter remind me of Rosenquist, even though these are b+w.
Owes a bit to this guy, no? http://butdoesitfloat.com/38795/I-never-thought-to-ask
totally reminded me of robert longo. but i’m not sure if it reminded me of it in a good way. regardless nice hand skills . ..
After a quick amount of research, (looking at the 2 artist sites) you can see the dates of the exhibitions where these works first appeared – Jonathan Zawada 2008, Robert Longo 2009. Blogs tend to take a little while to catch up on the latest works… If Longo’s were posted before Zawada’s, doesn’t mean his were first.
blame it on the collective unconcious
gorgeous work, I love how he mixes elements
makes me feel i need to practice more drawing!
Hey hey! Mario Galaxy FTW!
M.C. Escher lost in space :)
LOVE this comment!!! sums up the work here perfectly ^^,
yeah, definitely a lot of great stuff going on here. A couple of these, however, aren’t given room to breath on their own, outside of the Longo comparison.
i love the use of the helmet as a source of reflection. very cool.
cool stuff :]
The last one just knocked my conceptual cock back in on itself. Nice!
The picture that appeared to be a bunzi tree with the streak really fit the picture well
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