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One line drawing

One line drawing

This project belongs to the Editorial & illustration design category. Technologies used: Notebook, Studio, Illustrator, Photoshop, among others.

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This is one out of twelve projects where it's briefly described the process of thinking behind the design work. The quote below is from a different project.

2019, Antwerp, Belgium. The project started with an authentic attraction to simple one line drawings. Imperfect drawings, dynamic and relative to the boldness or thickness of the line. Is very usual to see this type of drawings, from old artists like Pablo Picasso or Andy Warhol to the newest Instagram drawings made by Flowsofly. I wanted to assign a concept based on this type of drawing to make it more interesting.

The concept had to be something related to knowledge. The drawing had to be a window to some piece of information that is not known in general but points out something true about the nature of the world. A scientific fact. A weird kind of scientific fact like "a worm has 5 hearts along it's body". Something succinct and clear. I thought that this concept could be applied to a line of T-shirts where the drawing is upfront and the fact on behind.

I took a notepad and started to write a list of this facts to see which one would be appropriate. One i got many i categorized them on different groups. Here there's a few ones; Animals: Octopuses have 3 hearts. / Jellyfish have 24 eyes / A snail can sleep for 3 years /The tongue of a blue whale is bigger than a taxi cab. / Oysters can change gender / Water bears can survive being in outer space.

...Imperfect drawings, dynamic and relative to the boldness or thickness of the line.
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...In its most comprehensive sense, the oxygen of the air is a food; as although it is admitted by the lungs.
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...The drawing had to be a window to some piece of information that is not known in general but points out something true about the nature of the world.
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