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What I didn´t learn in school


Jesper Ejsing

[caption id="attachment_48487" align="aligncenter" width="873"] Tooth and Nails[/caption] Dynamic drawings has always been a thing for me. I have been trying to push it as much as I could. When i started at the studio I am at; Pinligt Selskab, there was a lot of freelance illustrators that came from animation: I started my professional career as an illustrator doing colors for one of the: Kim Hagen. He was a really cool animator and he had…

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J.C. Leyendecker in North Carolina


Dan dos Santos

November 14, 2019 - I recently visited the Reynolda House Museum of American Art in Winston Salem, NC, which is currently hosting a wonderful retrospective of J.C. Leyendecker's work. This exhibit covers J.C.'s career through a selection of 42 original paintings, and more than 100 vintage Saturday Evening post covers. Well curated, with wonderfully insightful commentary placed throughout the exhibit, makes this truly one of the finest shows I've seen in recent years. The Museum allows photography, so I was able to snap a few close-up photos that I'm excited to share here. The exhibit includes several paintings I've never seen before... As well as some truly iconic pieces... . The Museum is not that busy, and many of the paintings are not under glass, which means Artists will be happy to know that you can get an exceptionally…

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