August 26, 2013

"There is a speed of touch in Dylan’s portraits, an aggression, which points to the tactile quality of pastel..."

"... the capacity of those sticks of colour to break and crumble against the page as you draw. Dylan does manage to convey a sense of emotional intensity and existential paranoia."

(Click on the photograph to enlarge it and click the side arrow for a closeup one of the drawings.)


Robert Cook said...

"The portraits are slightly larger than life...."


They're greatly larger than life!

MaxedOutMama said...

He draws exactly like he sings?