Sketch Project 2014 -Share your sketchbook with other creators!-
04.06.2014 - 05.19.2014
Ever wanted to peek inside someone’s sketchbook? Let’s show each other our hand-drawn sketches!
These days more and more of our works are being created digitally, so hand-drawn sketches hold a special place in the hearts of us creators. It’s not surprising to know though that many of the leading creators still start developing their images or designs with a hand-drawn sketch.
So, what kind of sketches are these creators drawing? It’s not everyday that you get a chance to peek inside another creator’s sketchbook, so how about it? Aren’t you curious?
This project calls for creators to share their hand-drawn sketches.
Let us take a peek at your favorite sketches hiding inside your sketchbook. The sketches can be anything from a drawing of a landscape or person, a sketch of an idea, a random doodle, or even a scribble from your travel diary.
Or if you like, you can draw something new just for this contest and rediscover the joys of sketching. We are looking forward to seeing your entries!
(The bottom images: From sketches by Hama-house）
Sketch Project 2014
(These can be sketches of anything including people, landscapes, as well as rough sketches, sketches of your works, or sketches reporting on something. Anything hand-drawn is fine! )
You can enter as many times as you like!
Sunday, April 6, 2014 (Friday) – 24:00 on Monday, May 19 (Japan Standard Time).
4 works that get the most”LOVE IT!” will receive stationaries from STAEDTLER.
These three creators, who are well acquainted with sketching and drawing, will select a few entries from all the submissions and comment on them.
Luis Mendo is an editorial designer who has worked making magazines, books and websites for 18 years in Spain, Greece, Uruguay and The Netherlands. Since 2009 he draws regularly and now works also as a freelance illustrator and artist. He moved to Tokyo in 2013. (http://www.luismendo.com/)
Illustrating the world surrounding him, Adrian Hogan is an inconspicuous observer. His work strives to capture the daily moments that go unnoticed to others, as well as highlight cultural interactions and gestures with humour and beauty. Adrian is from Melbourne, Australia and lives in Tokyo.(http://cargocollective.com/hogan)
After graduating from the Kanazawa College of Art, Hama-House went on to work as a motion programmer for such companies as SONY QRIO and ROLLY, before going out on his own in 2007 as an independent illustrator. Currently, you can see Hama-House’s work in a wide array of media including on TV, online, and in books and magazines.(http://hama-house.com/)
If you have any questions about the project, please contact us here.
How to submit