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 5×12 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, 22×30″.
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, 60×144″.
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, 22×30″, 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.