Machinery In Black And White: Cool Rapid Sketches By Paul Heaston – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Machinery In Black And White: Cool Rapid Sketches By Paul Heaston

Paul Heaston is a Denver-based artist who chronicles his simple but rather comfortable life. His sketches are really like a black-and-white tapestry of cityscapes and portraits of machinery – a kind of chronicle of the century in a few strokes of the Rapidograph.

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