Pencil Drawings by Stuart Whitton

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 05, 2012
All you need is a pencil, and you can go far. British illustrator Stuart Whitton does fantastic works with just a pencil, using wonderful shading techniques and detailed layering to create portraits, both for personal work and commercial endeavors. We like this piece in particular, a commission by German publication Zeit Magazine to create a portrait of fashion designer, Marc Jacobs.

Whitton's Laundry Type Illustration

Illustration // Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Stuart Whitton began to express himself creatively at a young age, by drawing various elements from his imagination and his surroundings. Using traditional mediums he creates imagery tailored to his perceptions. A careful discretion of detail is utilised to develop a visually appealing relationship between meticulously drawn ethereal illustrations of the human form, objects and typographical elements...

In Illustration: Stuart Whitton

Illustration // Wednesday, September 28, 2011
UK-based illustrator Stuart Whitton began to express himself creatively at a young age, using traditional mediums to create imagery tailored to his perceptions. Whitton carefully selects specific details to develop a visually appealing relationship between meticulously drawn ethereal illustrations of the human form, objects, and various typographic elements.

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