Here at Creative Bloq, we're big fans of the doodle art (opens in new tab) stylings of Jon Burgerman, (opens in new tab) an award-winning artist and character designer from the UK who's currently living in New York.
And we're also big fans of Winsor & Newton's new Pigment Markers (opens in new tab), which are also made from pure pigment and use special technology that promise your drawings will be lightfast for a lifetime.
So we were overjoyed to see that Burgerman has teamed up with Winsor & Newton to show just what the new markers can do.
These Picasso-eque artworks will be a part of a world touring exhibition, which kicks off this month (13 October) at New York's Society of Illustrators (opens in new tab). It will then move to the Institute of Contemporary Art (opens in new tab) in London, and then to Paris in early 2016.
Jon Burgerman also makes an appearance in the Make You Look film showing at Design Manchester (opens in new tab) – more details of that here (opens in new tab).
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