Drawing Side by Side

Two framed girl drawings by Crajes

You will often see birds, skulls, and big-eyed girls in Crajes’ artwork. And in some pieces, you will see two damsels who probably represent Crajes’ studio—i.e. the drawings are actually done by two people: Carla Rendon and Jessica Ruiz. The artists mention that their style is “Lowbrow and Surrealistic Pop,” and they are inspired by movies, comic books, music, and daily life situations.

See also: “Craww’s Sketchbook Drawings.”

Crajes working on a drawing Several printed illustrations Two Girls Back to Back by Crajes Black drawing by Crajes Drawings on Book Pages by Crajes
Artwork and photos © Crajes

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Adriana is founding editor-in-chief and award-winning designer of Scene 360's Illusion. Her creative trademark is her multi-disciplined exploration of art, cinema, music and literature, which she incorporates into online projects. For over a decade, she has worked as a graphic, web and fashion designer for local and international clients.... Follow the author @scene360, and see more articles here.