Monday, October 11, 2010

Boy Meets World

I realize that I ask a lot of questions on this blog, a lot more questions than I have the answers to. I ask questions to engage you as the reader to come up with your own answers, but I also ask questions because I am truly interested in all the possibilities of the subject at hand. Most of my posts are just things that run through my mind on any given day. Whether the answers are conspicuous or nonexistent I can't help but be equally intrigued. The world is fascinating to me and I have always been extremely inquisitive. I've always wanted to know as much as possible about everything possible. Even the smallest details can fulfill your life in ways you could never have imagined. As an artist, you should never stop expanding your horizons, learning to truly understand and draw one thing well will lead you to draw others better.

If you ask an artist what interests them, I believe there should only be one answer.


The Power of Imagination Makes Us Infinite
11x14 inches


  1. Matt, whenever I see your cities it reminds me of the book Mr. Kennedy go me addicted to. Invisible cities.

    Glad to see you are doing well and still doing awesome work. I like these pen pieces, so different from the things you did in Advanced Illustration.


  2. Thanks Kat!
    Cool, I will definitely have to check that book out!