November 2019

Artist Spends Hours Recreating the Beauty of Nature With Millions of Hand-Drawn Dots

Many great artists will tell you that it takes time to perfect a craft, and this definitely rings true for pointillism artist Nicholas Baker. Based in Salt Lake City, the talented illustrator creates incredible, nature-inspired stippling art composed of millions of tiny hand-drawn dots. From tree-studded forests to crashing ocean waves, Baker completes each piece using black ink pens, dot by dot.

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How WSJ Stipple Drawings are Made

Brian Aguilar walks through the history of the WSJ’s beloved stipple drawings and has the paper’s artists explain how the so-called hedcuts are made.

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