Presenting a cross-disciplinary way of working to bridge the gap between traditional drawing and drawing on the iPad. Authors interest in conservation and preservation of historical British landmarks and buildings offer an opportunity to do something different, to push boundaries.
Consisting of unique and personal iPad drawings of Liverpool City 2014. Architecture is an art form no one can really avoid. We live in it; travel through it, the city is a canvas.
First - Class - BA (Hons) Fine Art Lancaster, University, England Jordan Rodgers is a BA (Hons) Fine Art, First-Class graduate from Lancaster University, who presents cross-disciplinary drawing involving architectural visualisation. His style is reminiscent of cubist, futurist where the extended lines of the buildings appear to have angles, which have more potential than the visible; the invisible of the building. Since graduating in July 2012 his work has already been exhibited in selected group and solo shows and published in national and international art magazines and websites, including the Aesthetica Art Prize 2012, and the 100 Contemporary Artists 2013 Anthology. As a practicing artist the work is a hybrid of new and traditional technology and the outcomes comment on our sense of disorientation in the face of disorder and fragmentation in the built environment.
iPad Drawing: In a modern metropolis Published May 13, 2012