The Wild Man

misc flowers and insects blue drawing byZachari Logan

Canadian artist Zachari Logan is portrayed as the model in his artwork, however, he doesn’t intend to highlight himself but rather explore the relationship of human and nature. His blue pencil drawings are strange yet beautiful with flora and fauna weaving in and out of his head and body, like a Giuseppe Arcimboldo painting (e.g. “The Winter,” 1563). Logan is inspired by the aesthetic and symbolism of 16th and 17th century art in this series of images, and also past ones.

flower man portrait by Zachari Logan
insects on man's face, blue drawing by Zachari Logan infusion, blue drawing by Zachari Logan head shot with flowers by Zachari Logan
Artwork © Zachari Logan

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March 8, 2014 Art Drawing Portraits