California artist Kyle Leonard, who draws stunningly detailed stippled art with millions of dots, is inspired by the natural world and politics, especially the politics that affect the way we treat the environment. “I draw everyday as a creative outlet and for the meditative quality of it.” He spends about 6 to 100 hours on each piece depending on size and complexity.
Using toilet rolls and bubblle wrap in art with Alisa Burke. I have started using my cardboard rolls to roll on my texture and pattern. I cover the surface with all kinds of everyday things. Bubble wrap makes for great polka dots
Double exposure illustrations using stippling technique. Some of them were used as graphic t-shirts, posters and other products. You can follow all the steps of the creation of these artworks in my Instagram profile: instagram.com/thiago_bianchini