This meticulous drawing was created by Noah McDonough using a Krink K-70 marker on paper. The piece is done in Noah’s classic graffiti style and employs a stipple technique for shading and depth. Noah was really interested in taking this style and scaling it up to a larger size, we set him up in the studio with a 5x12 foot canvas, a few K-72 markers, and let him get to work. The results are pretty amazing.
We also made a silkscreen print which is available now in our web shop. Edition of 25, signed, numbered and dated. Check out the photos below.
Untitled (Krink) 2013, Krink on archival paper, 22x30".
To work on a large canvas, Noah used a K-72 marker with matte black water-based ink. He flipped the K-72 nib to get a perfect circle and then used a razor to help loosen it up, this technique gives a softer feel when drawing.
Thousands of dots and a few markers later, the canvas was done!
Noah McDonough, Untitled (Krink) 2013, Krink and acrylic on canvas, 60x144".
A signed and numbered print edition of 25 is available now in our web shop.
One color silkscreen on Somerset Velvet 250 gsm cotton archival paper, 22x30", 2013
Living and working in NYC Noah McDonough is a prolific graphic designer, illustrator and graffiti writer. Known for his unique style and clean execution Noah's pieces have graced walls all over the world. See more of his work here.