Once again, illustrator Vasco Mourão has had a piece published in The New Yorker, this time a whimsical spot drawing. I have remarked before on his New York Perceptions, impossible architectural fantasies which may seem utterly solid and convincing at first glance. A peek at the artist's website gives an idea of his range, while his blog, which includes a series of daily sketches, conveys that he his precise drawings are done fairly quickly. While no one expects too much from a spot drawing, this particular one shows the artist has a sense of fun as well.
|Vasco Mourão, Spot Drawing, The New Yorker, February 11 and 18, 2013, Page 100|