NY Times Crossword Drawings by Emily Jo Cureton

Emily Jo Cureton has a fantastic blog featuring her NY Times Crossword Drawings. These are illustrations inspired by the daily New York Times crossword puzzle, where she cleverly incorporates two or more answers from the puzzle in her art!

Link - via Drawn!

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I'm not talking out of my arse :) I have to do life drawing everyday to keep my drawing skills fresh for my chosen career path. It's all about observation and after a few years of doing this stuff every day, you can tell from looking at a piece whether the observation is good or not. Even if I couldn't draw, I think everyone is entitled to critique another's work anyway!
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Yup childish :) emjo, I have to say I rather prefer what you're doing in your paintings, they're so strong!

Anyhoo Tempscrire, I could dig out stuff I was drawing a few years ago (then I was a child!) and they would be falling back on similar techniques. I adore drawing, and I love that people draw regardless of their ability. But not every drawing is fantastic. I would love to see what emjo could do if she pushed this farther!
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