25 Jul 2022

Ink Architecture Drawings Full Of Details

Tiny realistic architectural drawings, drawn with a fineliner.

Freelance illustrator/artist Taylor Mazer produces art and is a teacher at Kendall College of Art and Design, as an adjunct professor.

The moment you list the qualities of Mazer's art, you start realising just how good, laborious and impressive his work is.

The size of the drawings. (The fineliner next to the piece gives an idea of scale.) - The realistic qualities of most of them - The meticulous approach to detailing. (Look at the brickwork detail drawing No 4 and the reflection in the glass, of drawing No 7. (Press the image to enlarge it if you need to.) - The use of ink to draw (no mistakes). - The perfect contrast and readability of the scene in dark drawings. (Drawing No 1 is a perfect example of this. More below) And it keeps going...

I will let you add to this list as you go though the page and work that sets a very high standard.

A great way to start the week, with a post that inspires on so many different levels.

For more of Mazer's work here on DesignStack, press this LINK.
And More Air.
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Rounded window detail.
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Brickwork detailing.
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New York Commission.
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Vacant shop (look at the reflections of the cars in the glass).
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Brickwork and window details.
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The heart of town.
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Construction work.
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