Luke Painter is a Toronto-based artist who works in drawing, installation and animation. A selection of his India ink drawings is shown here, but make sure to also check out his amazing animations.
Via Minutiae, a blog maintained by artist Nathan Abels.
I was dreaming about this house recently… It does remind me of Charles Addams.
Yes, it has that slightly sinister feel to it.
I’m missing the sinister aspect, but then I always identified with the Addams Family…
The animations are cool, kinda Gilliamish, they need music or sound effects.
Huh, really? The trees growing into the houses, the stumps from the trees that were cut down to make the houses, the unnatural regularity of the natural forms — those elements don’t seem sinister to you? You and I must have vastly different thresholds for what creeps us out!
woodlot mansion is my favorite. how big are these pieces? i love them!
They’re actually fairly large — 36×48 inches or more. I wish they were tiny, but that would probably make them impossible to execute.
hi! wow very good drawings, only graphite? computer?
Ger Alby, I believe that these are all pen-and-ink drawings, without any digital intervention. His animations are digital, though.
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