Wanted to apologize for the lack of posts here. I have updated my blog page to the following. Blog.andrewvergarascorner.com ! Update your links!
ps: Im still trying to find a way to purchase Andrewvergara.com. Any one have any tips? it doesn't seem to be used for anything.
November 01, 2013
October 20, 2013
Finished my second mini travel sketchbook. The second half of the book are all drawings of scenes in NYC. Takes on average 20-30 minutes a drawing. This is the best way for me to capture the scene in front of me. By sitting down and taking a moment to myself.
March 07, 2013
A quick illustration based on a friends desire to go snorkeling in Puerto Rico. Unfortunately they never went, but still hoped to capture some of the magic they would have experienced.
March 03, 2013
I just arrived back from Puerto Rico. It was a last minute gift to myself to spend a few days down on a tropical island. My brother tagged along as well as 2 of our pals. We explored rain forests, beaches, old cities, and also accidentally ended up in one of the most dangerous sections of the island (By pure dumb luck nothing happened). We also made some amazing new friends who completed the experience. I would have liked to have drawn more, but i was so busy enjoying everyone's company and roaming around that it just didn't happen. I'll definitely have to go back again to explore the further. Enjoy the sketches!
On average each drawing took 10 minutes or less.
February 06, 2013
Took part in this years Single Fare Show in NYC. The goal of the show is to paint or draw something on Metrocards! I decided after many false starts to do a series on the construction of the major East River Crossings here in NYC. The show runs from February 13th to the 22nd (My Birthday!). For more information, go to www.single-fare.com.
December 09, 2012
October 24, 2012
October 17, 2012
It’s been a while since i have posted something. Here is a drawing of a street in France from a somewhat 45 degree angle. It was a study for another series of drawings i’m in the process of doing.
Edit: 2 Months almost since my last post? Yikes!
August 11, 2012
I was recently asked by a good friend to help design a new logo for Broad Street Records, which is located in Hamilton, New York. They promote music and culture at Colgate University, and in the surrounding area by hosting concerts, radio shows, and much more. The initial brief was "modern vintage". After a day or so of brainstorming and doodling everywhere, i had a bunch of ideas, of only which 2 made it to the final round. Eventually the top design was picked. The one below, which really fun to illustrate doesn't get the job done.