Drawn on thick 9 by 12 paper, and framed with matt to 11 by 14. I used Faber Castell Polychromos coloured pencils.
My name is Julian Quattro. I am a Toronto based visual artist. Art has always been my number one passion, whether through drawing, painting, decorating, or photography. I grew up taking art classes, as well as exploring art on my own. I have experimented with many different styles, and feel I have finally found what truly inspires me.
I tend to be drawn to the taboo and eye catching. Inspiration for my often gothic and sci-fi-esque art comes from all around, including movies, fashion, and architecture. My work is in large part informed by traditional art, such as renaissance paintings, as well as my imagination, and nature.
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Original artwork, drawn using a variety of water based markers, on thick, 8 by 10 watercolour paper. Frame is 11 by 14. This synthetic showpiece spider is being displayed in 3022. Art deco is back, and real spiders are a thing of the past. This 6 legged spider is ready to be your new robotic pet.
For this piece, I was inspired by comic books, architecture, spiders, robots, royalty, wrought iron fences, and chess pieces, as well as the future and the past.
Original artwork, drawn using a variety of water based markers, on thick, 8 by 10 watercolour paper. Frame is 11 by 14. This spider was created in a laboratory in 1801. It doesn’t move like it once did, but is an easier pet to take care of compared to breathing spiders.