If you browse the blog’s posts and images featured in the last couple of months, you’ll notice an increasing trend: Minimal line drawings. Jewelry, apparel, body art, prints, and more – I’ve dedicated a Pinterest board to the matter, have a look.
Some people explain this popularity for the growing interest for the figurative work of modernist artists and sculptors such as Matisse, Picasso and Gaudier-Brzeska, to name a few.
This style of art is not highly detailed or realistic. It is usually pared-down, with fluid and clean lines, delicate or bold, and often features human forms and silhouettes. Composition and balance are key.
While seemingly simple, such drawings and sketches require the ability to know what to add and what to leave out. They are a perfect representation of the Swedish concept of ‘lagom’: Not too much, not too little, just right. They are a celebration of simplicity and a proof that often, less is more.
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