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line, lines draw, graphics, drawing, abstraction, abstract drawing, black and white abstraction, my drawing, my art, abstract art, organic abstraction, drawing in a notebook, abstract composition, graphic arts, sketchbook

archatlas: “ Kyle Henderson Kyle Henderson is a London based architect and illustrator whose burgeoning interest in illustration and travel have driven and influenced his work. He frequently returns to his architectural roots to portray his view of...

archatlas: “ Kyle Henderson Kyle Henderson is a London based architect and illustrator whose burgeoning interest in illustration and travel have driven and influenced his work. He frequently returns to his architectural roots to portray his view of.

Mary Klundt 1/3. I think that this is an interesting concept as a graphic. I really like the collision of the lines as well as the very simple break down of the picture. It may be a little saucy, but I still think that this is an interesting take on an image.

Mary Klundt I think that this is an interesting concept as a graphic. I really like the collision of the lines as well as the very simple break down of the picture. It may be a little saucy, but I still think that this is an interesting take on an image.

Y Dios creo... la linea continua TSP Art http://www.oberlin.edu/math/faculty/bosch/tspart-page.html  vía @pickover

TSP Art Two hands, one loop From a distance, it appears that Adam's finger and God's finger have just broken contact. Yet from up close, it becomes apparent that they are connected. The entire picture is comprised of a single black loop.