Monday, February 16, 2009

My Art


Being an architecture student helps you learn a lot about famous buildings. These are Italian palazzos and churches, build during the Renaissance and Baroque. All of the drawings are exact copies of the facades, a result of a careful study of the buildings, the architects and the period during which they were built.
Drawn by hand, white drawing ink on prussian blue cardboard. (the colours do not appear in this photo, as it is monochrome)

4 comments:

Naomi F. said...

My oh my! These are amazing!
You are very talented indeed and I really think you should sell print of these!

I will be your first buyer, I promise you that!
:)

iva yaneva said...

You are so kind!:)
I have actually been thinking of selling these for some time now. I am just not sure if it will be prints or originals. I am afraid I won't get the desired quality of the prints and I am still doing a research, because I don't want to disappoint anyone..

Design Lovely said...

Great job! These are beautiful!

david john said...

ill buy a print for sure! nice work!!!

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