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Hand-Drawn Architectural Illustrations by Thibaud Herem

Illustration // Thursday, 12 Dec 2013
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London-based French illustrator Thibaud Herem creates these incredibly detailed architectural illustrations by hand. Thibaud emphasises the importance of this process as opposed to working with a computer: "I draw architecture, from classic to modern using old techniques of representation such as etching. To draw, I use cappilary pens with Indian ink and use no tools apart for pen for the inking process, keeping the line 'from my hand'." Take a look at Thibaud's vast body of work here. His most recent pieces include reproduced facades of London's most iconic buildings.

“I draw architecture, from classic to modern using old techniques of representation such as etching. To draw, I use capillary pens with Indian ink and use no tools apart for pen for the inking process, keeping the line ‘from my hand’. - See more at: http://apeonthemoon.com/2013/06/11/hand-drawn-architectural-illustrations-with-impressive-detail-by-thibaud-herem/#sthash.XUiJeX7F.dpuf
I draw architecture, from classic to modern using old techniques of representation such as etching. To draw, I use capillary pens with Indian ink and use no tools apart for pen for the inking process, keeping the line ‘from my hand’. - See more at: http://apeonthemoon.com/2013/06/11/hand-drawn-architectural-illustrations-with-impressive-detail-by-thibaud-herem/#sthash.XUiJeX7F.dpuf

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