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On View: “The Moleskine Project III” at Spoke Art

Co-curated by Australian artist Rodrigo Luff, "The Moleskine Project" (now in its third year at San Francisco's Spoke Art) investigates the rarely-seen preliminary processes behind works of art. For some of the artists in the show, like Adam Caldwell, the drawings represent the beginning stages of work executed in other media, while for others, like Pat Perry and Marco Mazzoni, the Moleskine drawing is a finished product rather than a sketch. Other artists in the show include Eric Siador, who merges sci-fi with ancient imagery, Tran Nguyen, who artfully infuses painterly compositions with design elements, and David Choong Lee with his psychedelic landscapes. "The Moleskine Project" will be on view through December 21. Take a look at some of the work in the show after the jump.

Erik Siador

Co-curated by Australian artist Rodrigo Luff, “The Moleskine Project” (now in its third year at San Francisco’s Spoke Art) investigates the rarely-seen preliminary processes behind works of art. For some of the artists in the show, like Adam Caldwell, the drawings represent the beginning stages of work executed in other media, while for others, like Pat Perry and Marco Mazzoni, the Moleskine drawing is a finished product rather than a sketch. Other artists in the show include Eric Siador, who merges sci-fi with ancient imagery, Tran Nguyen, who artfully infuses painterly compositions with design elements, and David Choong Lee with his psychedelic landscapes. “The Moleskine Project” will be on view through December 21. Take a look at some of the work in the show below.

Tran Nguyen

Rodrigo Luff

Pat Perry

Marco Mazzoni

Kim Cogan

Jeremy Mann

Frederik Rattzen

Adam Caldwell

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