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27.4.07

jonathan liu

the best i could ever manage with an etch-a-sketch was a simple house shape or maybe a lop sided cloud. but artist jonathan liu has taken etch-a-sketch art to a whole new level with his custom pieces. this raven design was done for amy ruppel but you can view more of jonathan's etch-a-sketch work right here. should inspire some weekend sketching...[thanks, amy!]

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Blogger Cher Ami said...

that's amazing, I would get frustrated after only about 5 minutes! very nice.

9:37 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What happens if your etch a sketch accidentally gets shaken?

11:37 AM  
Blogger cali said...

do you know this ? :
http://www.gvetchedintime.com/#

the guy is incredible !

1:56 AM  
Anonymous Jonathan Liu said...

Thanks for the link!

I take the powder out so that they can't be erased, and glue the knobs to prevent additional scribbling.

Yeah, this George Vlosich guy is pretty amazing and has had quite a head start on me. It says on his website he spends 60-70 hours on each piece and sells them for $7500 and up ... I'm trying to bring Etch-a-Sketch art to the masses: mine start at $200 for custom pieces.

Thanks for looking!
Jonathan

12:16 PM  

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