Monday, 2 March 2009


"D7" by Björnik

"Henry's O-O-O" by Björnik

Details of "Royal Fork" by Björnik

Details of "Castles in the Air" by Björnik

"Björnik's background as an Architect gave him the advantage to become percisely detailed with his artworks. This student assistant turned construction worker turned art director turned architect is now focusing his time on his unique pen & ink illustrations for personal and commissioned artworks..." ~Bel Ragay

Truly amazing. He combined architecture and his crazy imagination into his illustrations. I love how detailed all the drawings are, especially the dots that make up the shadows. All the characters look like they could move around any minute... He seems to know how all the mechanism of their bodies work.

Source: Björnik, Björnik's dA

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