In spite of everything I shall rise again: I will take up my pencil, which I have forsaken in my great discouragement, and I will go on with my drawing because only you can handle your life. A moment I felt idle, and all I could think of is my pencil, drawing sheet, eraser, and my set-square.
The pencil is in your hand, so the ball is in your court. What have you got inside that heart of yours, show your talent to the world, show your creativity, and give it your best shot. Surely, their is always something in that place you thing you can only see the vanishing point.
That my life, my work, and work in progress.
A drawing representing the whole or a part of a work, established according to the rules of the axonometric or conical perspectives. These perspectives can be shaded or tinted.
YOUR MIND WILL ALWAYS BELIEVE EVERYTHING YOU TELL IT. FEED IT HOPE, FEED IT TRUTH, FEED IT WITH LOVE. LIFE ISN’T ABOUT WAITING FOR THE STORM TO PASS, IT ABOUT LEARNING TO DANCE TO THE RAIN.
Written by Jacob Ibrag Through the lightening in our bones, we willed the night in our own image. Carving our sweat into the wood, the world witnessed what we created. In those obsolete moments, we became endless. Photographer Unknown
via Endless — Eyes + Words
Jane Lurie, based in San Francisco, photographs landscapes, street scenes, portraits, and — of course — the city’s bridges. In this night shot, she captures the supermoon and the Bay Bridge in November 2016.
via Things I’ve Seen: The Magic of Light — Discover
In his “Sticks in the Smoke” project, painter Nick Andrew has been visiting and drawing a different public park or garden in central London each week in 2016. Here, he captures the energy of Speakers’ Corner in Hyde Park.
via Speakers’ Corner, Hyde Park, London — Discover