A Snapshot of Brad Young’s Art

zeppoleI am excited to have just discovered  Brad Young’s Art blog site which is full of his wonderful hand drawings.  What an inspiration!  He is located in Seattle and describes his work as “Doodling and Drawing Life”.  I find his drawings to be fun, full of character and his personal stories about them are just delightful.  In the drawing above, I am especially appreciating how he includes the furniture behind the glass window. Here is a bit of the story that goes with it, “Zeppole’s Bakery in Boise has made many of those moments “sweet”, usually with a really good espresso in a cool shop. By cool, I mean warm.


Here is a drawing of  a gum wall, how fun is this!  This is the quote on how he starts his story,  “Somewhere under Pike’s Market in Seattle, down the stairs, around the corner, through an alley is the Gum Wall. The Market Theatre wall is several inches thick of everyone’s gum stuck to it. ”  Check this blogsite out and enjoy!

10 responses to “A Snapshot of Brad Young’s Art

  1. brad young's art

    Thank you so very much, I sincerely appreciate you taking the time to check out my blog and also to promote it. Makes me want to go get lost in my sketch pad!! Thank you!

    • You bet Brad! Keep on doing your awesome drawing work. It is fun to follow you and I find you are very inspiring to me. Take care – happy blogging – Stephanie

  2. I love this. I think this is amazing, very interesting, and the font is perfect for this style of work. I love all the bright colors of gum!

  3. This is a great depiction of this fun landmark in Seattle! I was just here for the first time a few months ago. So whimsical! 🙂

  4. Thanks a lot for utilizing free time to create “A Snapshot of Brad Youngs Art | Drawing +
    Hand”. Thank you again -Rodger

  5. Adriana Johnson

    I love how he puts those small details in his drawings. The fonts he uses really stands out in the drawings. I would love to see this gum wall in person and know that I’ve seen it through someone else’s perspective.

    • So enjoy seeing his posts, I get an email notice. I am learning from seeing his work. Prof. Stephanie

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