love the simplicity of line drawings

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"Did you know that if you switch the first two vowels of 'Olive" it becomes 'I Love'?" - Olive, The Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee Photography Lane

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.

This image shows three different faces being drawn with single line. This demonstrate that even though the art work is composed of one line, you can still make out of what it is trying to display.

Gesture of love. To celebrate the engagement of her best friend @morganchidsey (with a beeeeautiful mix of Kataoka and Catbird rings from us) @allikdesign made this beautiful illustration.

★pin: bonniebbelle ★ Gesture of love. To celebrate the engagement of her best friend (with a beeeeautiful mix of Kataoka and Catbird rings from us) made this beautiful illustration.

Inspired by her new home in Canada, Netherlands-born artist Christa Rijneveld creates pointillist line drawings of mountains.

Artist Draws Countless Lines and Dots to Capture the Majestic Beauty of Mountains

Badass Creativity // Inspired by her new home in Canada, Netherlands-born artist Christa Rijneveld creates pointillist line drawings of mountains.

Ellsworth Kelly (American, born 1923). Brushstrokes Cut into Forty-Nine Squares and Arranged by Chance. 1951

A new collection is coming / inspiration Ellsworth Kelly, "Brushstrokes Cut into Forty-Nine Squares and Arranged by Chance," 1951

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