St. Bernard's Pass

My name is Brandon Bernard. I'm a graphic designer, storyboard and layout artist, and writer. I was born and raised in Albuquerque, NM, and lived in Los Angeles for 12 years, then in Austin, TX, for about a year, and I'm now in Brooklyn, NY. This blog is a virtual scrapbook of things that inspire me. Unless otherwise specified, the work here is not mine. Anything else you'd like to know? Feel free to hit up my "ask" box!

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    19 posts tagged portrait

    tibtum:

    Blue Blue Note Covers (7)

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    Art Blakey during his A Night In Tunisia session, August 14 1960

    photo by Francis Wolff

     Lauren Bacall   September 16, 1924 – August 12, 2014

    "Imagination is the highest kite that can fly"

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    Miles Davis by Irving Penn

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    Another one from the nerdery.

    Missing Carl Sagan.

    Harrison Ford

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    Asimov.

    Portrait practice for my fellow nerds out there.

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    Flattop Jones by ~vee209

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    Robert Oppenheimer

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    Playing with money

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    Far out is far enough

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    Randy GlassRandy Glass is an illustrator originally from Kansas City, currently based in California. Mostly known for his illustrations for the Wall Street Journal, Randy is a master of the stipple technique and all that is left is to look in awe at the beautiful illustrations he creates and admire the details and the characteristics shown in each portrait. The images above are a section of hedcuts created for the Wall Street Journal. 

    …These iconic drawings use a variation of the traditional stipple method of many small dots of varied sizes in conjunction with minimal line. They are designed to emulate the look of woodcuts from old-style newspapers and engravings on certificates and currency… Randy began creating hedcuts for the WSJ on a freelance basis in 1998… Randy’s Wall Street Journal hedcuts have caught the attention of the entertainment industry through a number of notable gallery exhibits, and many of the original pen & ink drawings are privately owned by his celebrity subjects.

    Have a look at more of Randy’s works here

    This guy’s work is amazing, I love it!

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    This is me being Salvador Dalí at work.

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    P.S.: I’m newly single, so… look out, world!

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