Josephin Ritschel’s Drawings Illustrate A Slice of Life and More


I recently redis­cov­ered look­ing at my Flickr on reg­u­lar basis, and I’m so happy I did. It’s been a trea­sure trove of good stuff by tal­ented artists that I in turn get to share with you, such as the works of Josephin Ritschel. Ritschel’s works cap­ture a slice of life (like the cat above), illus­trate sto­ries about crim­i­nal activ­ity, and are also comics, too. In gen­eral, find graphite draw­ings really sooth­ing; I think it’s some­thing about the soft, warm tex­ture that reminds me of days when I was younger and would just spend them draw­ing. Her works make me feel the same, even if the sub­ject mat­ter is a lit­tle unnerving.

Below I’ve shared some of her sin­gle draw­ings, but be sure to check out her Flickr or web­site to see spreads from her sequen­tial illustrations.

E.1027 Riso Print "Le Corbusier Version"
Oasis 1
Oasis 1
Prinz von Bel Air 2
Prime Russian MagazineSolitude
Future Pforte
Animal Farm
Moby Dick

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  • Reply Jonas Löfgren Wields The Mighty Pencil to Illustrate Surreal Scenes | Brown Paper Bag February 13, 2014 at 1:15 pm

    […] fea­tured graphite draw­ings once this week (see Josephin Ritschel), so how about some more? Jonas Löf­gren is a Swedish artist who uses the medium to craft images […]

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