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Post-Traumatic Sketch Disorder is a type of severe drawing disorder which can develop after an artist has been exposed to a distressing creative event.

Such an event might involve the threat of injury or death to either themselves or to someone else, or to their own or someone else's artistic, creative or visual integrity.

The collection of drawings in this volume attempt to explore these complex feelings and emotions through the raw lines of creative expression.

Drawings from:
www.thearthole.co.uk/drawing

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About the Author

Rob White
thearthole Nottingham, England

Rob White is a freelance illustrator based in Nottingham, England. His creative work spans a multitude of disciplines from traditional medium such as drawing, painting and collage through to digital image creation, animation and web design. Pens and pencil's are his tools of expression, drawing sits at the very core of his process. With the addition of computer technology he has developed a style of working which encompasses a fusion of digital graphics and scanned drawings.

He has worked for numerous clients and had work commissioned from different sectors such as advertising, editorial, fashion and the music industry. A summary of clients he has been commissoned by as follows: British Medical Journal, Haymarket Brand Media, Leftlion Magazine, Lunar BBDO, Ministry of Sound Recordings, Paul Smith Clothing, The Big Issue and Times Educational Supplement.

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