Miniature But Rich In Details Micron Pen Drawings By Taylor Mazer

Michigan artist Taylor Mazer crafts incredibly small drawings that are no larger than your average pencil. He uses a fine-tipped Micron pen, straight-edge, and mechanical pencil to create intriguing monochromatic landscapes. They often feature urban structures like abandoned alleys and desolate buildings, but the artist sketches idyllic-looking mountain ranges, too.

Miniature but rich in details Micron pen drawings by Taylor Mazer

If you want to take a closer look at Taylor Mazer’s work, you have to come a little closer than you usually do.

The longest side of his pictures is mostly not much longer than half the size of an ordinary pen.

Miniature but rich in details Micron pen drawings by Taylor Mazer

The cityscapes are devoid of people, instead focusing on architectural details, light, and the unknown forces-weather or otherwise-that force people indoors, or away altogether.

Taylor Mazer is an exceptional freelance illustrator and artist who lives and works in Grand Rapids, MI, USA.

His small drawings of buildings and cityscapes are rich in details.

He mainly works with micron pens, pencils, and extremely fine paint brushes on paper.

Miniature but rich in details Micron pen drawings by Taylor Mazer

Taylor Mazer received his BFA in illustration from Kendall College of Art and Design, Grand Rapids, MI in 2012.

Over the past years, his small drawings have been on display at numerous exhibitions across the US.

Furthermore, his work has been awarded several times.

Links: Weandthecolor.comTaylormazer.com – Instagram

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