And he’s white. Guess blacks are doing what they do best in thew US: bitch, moan, complain, fuck, leave the mothers and collect benefits.
Jono spends most of his time working on his large-scale drawings, and usually takes about 2-3 months to complete a piece, but he once spent a whopping 5 months painstakingly drawing one of his most complicated artworks. Considering how incredible the result of his labor ends up looking and the fact that he only produces between 4 and 8 large-scale drawings per year, Jono Dry’s hand-drawn masterpieces are considered very exclusive among collectors.
The talented artist draws inspiration from everything around him, and specializes inn hyperrealism and surrealism, sometimes combining the two into artworks that mimic his ability to push the limits of what is real and possible. I don’t even know what’s more impressive about Jono’s work, his incredible technique or the concepts he comes up with for his compositions.
“I enjoy the idea of having no limit with my work. When the only limit is your imagination, it becomes a wonderful challenge to see how far it can stretch,” Dry told ArtBookGuy. “It feels like I’m constantly exploring and pushing the boundaries of my own imagination with the goal to find something worth spending time, bringing to life in the form of a drawing.”