Lovely charcoal drawings by Bristol-based artist Dylan Andrews (previously featured here). Focusing primarily on portraiture and realist studies of the human form, Andrew’ work often plays with manipulations of light and shadow. As he explains further:
“My work raises the subject of identity and is a visual representation of an inner conflict. It explores the ways in which individuals both consciously and subconsciously mask and distort their own identities to adapt to surroundings, stemming from my own personal realisation of an uncertain self-identity.”
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Call to Submit:
“Small Victories” Photo Book
Calling all photographers! We’re excited to announce that we’re starting to put together a new book and this is your chance to submit images to it!Submit