Daydreaming in her own mischievous but comical world, French artist Amandine Urruty’s busy graphite drawings are filled with strangely humorous characters just hanging out.
Dog-faced people, sausages painting at easels, floating teeth, and tiny bed sheet ghosts seem to be the norm in this place. With clean distinction and fun characterization, one can spend a long time gazing at her drawings and examining each oddball creature floating around. Though the artist’s typical work is monochromatic and small-scale, she recently tried her hand at a large, colorful mural in Zaragoza, Spain. (And you know how I feel about murals!)… Check out some of her recent work below.
Photos courtesy of Amandine Urruty’s Portfolio