Ryan Samuels

26.
Painter.
Draughtsman.
Writer.

Either Love Me or Leave me Alone.
Doctor Smarties. 6 x 6 in. Watercolor on paper.

Doctor Smarties. 6 x 6 in. Watercolor on paper.

PER. 14 x 14 inches. Color pencil on paper.

PER. 14 x 14 inches. Color pencil on paper.

I guess boredom induces inspiration. Good old inspiration.

I guess boredom induces inspiration. Good old inspiration.

Art is the only serious thing in the world. And the artist is the only person who is never serious.

—Oscar Wilde  (via leslieseuffert)

Real shit

(via wallofcaelum)

SHOOT. Color pencil on paper. 14 x 14 in.

SHOOT. Color pencil on paper. 14 x 14 in.

Old Man Bloomberg. Serving the rich and excluding the poor circa, way too long in office. Currently looking for this lost drawing through old newspapers at my job

Old Man Bloomberg. Serving the rich and excluding the poor circa, way too long in office. Currently looking for this lost drawing through old newspapers at my job

Macaque monkeys = coconut pickers?? Yessireee bob! Thumbnails for my next illustration. Ball point pen is the misunderstood medium. But I get it. 

I so nailed these!

The result of a ballpoint pen, a purchase order form, and too much freedom at work. Please excuse the grease spots, for my friend/co-worker, hash browns and all, decided to look with his hands and not his eyes. 

The result of a ballpoint pen, a purchase order form, and too much freedom at work. Please excuse the grease spots, for my friend/co-worker, hash browns and all, decided to look with his hands and not his eyes. 

Jaundice

Good ‘ol yellow. The warm, bubbly hue of the color spectrum. Bright from afar yet cautious in its own right. Time slows down for this color. It’s enough to make you sick  to your belly. You coward!

LOW. Watercolor on paper. 18 x 24 inches.

LOW. Watercolor on paper. 18 x 24 inches.

A portrait I did of my nephew for his 1st birthday. Those cheeks are just waiting to burst with love. 
Watercolor and colored pencil on bristol vellum
18 x 24 inches

A portrait I did of my nephew for his 1st birthday. Those cheeks are just waiting to burst with love. 

Watercolor and colored pencil on bristol vellum

18 x 24 inches

Illustrations for a children’s book anthology. I have a new found appreciation for painting animals. Wild!