Wednesday, January 25, 2012

The Art Of Urban Sketching, the book!

My first time published! I'm very pleased to be part of this book put together by Gabi Campanario, a collection of sketches from his Urban Sketchers website.
My old friend and favorite Welshman Matt Jones is featured in the book too.

(You can get the book on Amazon at a great price)



Here's a better look at my work in the book.





16 comments:

Matt J said...

Lovely spread!

Xavier Yabut said...

This looks like a great collection of sketches! Congrats on getting it published!

SalBa Combé said...

Wow! I Want it!

Vinny said...

Beautiful sketches. They're full of personality.

Stéphane Kardos said...

Thanks guys!

Kenji Ono said...

Can't wait to see it! Congrats!

Pasadena Adjacent said...

you should be published! congratulations

Elena said...

I love the hot dog on a stick illustration. I've been there a few times myself :)

Lucas Gervastri said...

Great sketches.

Charlene Fleming said...

I'm so excited to buy your book! Your work has inspired me for years. Thank you!

dennis said...

Awesome work! I am working towards developing some sort of drawing skills and so I came across your site...gives me something to strive for even though I am really far from your level of skills.

Eivind Gulliksen said...

Nice one Stef! Congrats!

Dee said...

My copy of the book arrived the very day I discovered your blog! How cool is that? I can't wait to spend time with it.

Stéphane Kardos said...

- Thanks Pasadena Adjacent!
- Thanks Elena, hope you feel better!
- Thanks Lucas!
- Thanks Charlene! much appreciated.
- Thanks Dennis, just keep drawing in your sketchbooks, for yourself, just draw, draw, draw.
- Thanks Eivind
- Thanks Dee! thanks for stopping by :)

Mark Tompkins said...

Looks great! I'll try and get my hands on it!

Sam Duvall said...

What medium do you use for your sketches? Pardon my ignorance - this is my first visit to your blog. In this post they look sort of watercolor. Whatever the way, the detail you put into these has a very nuanced feel of worldliness, if that makes sense. They look like popular drawings you'd find framed inside of a trendy restaurant. The colors suit the mood of each sketch perfectly, too. These are wonderful - you're a talented man indeed.