The long awaited piccle created by sketch catch, is finally out for everyone to see. Thank you @sketchcatch for this awesome Rabbit McFly illustration for us to piccle! Make sure to check out Alex’s page.
This piccle is a creation of the beautiful actress, also known as Marilyn Monroe. We’re completely in love with her and this silkscreen painting by Andy Warhol, titled “Marilyn Diptych.” Go check out the very talented artist, Andy Warhol, for more unique pieces. Always remembering him for his incredible talent!
Everything is in its right place
The original piece was created by illustrator, designer and art director, Sebastian König, who is based in Hamburg. This specific piece caught our eye because of the wonderful juxtaposition of the first-half and the second-half of the man. Hence why, we decided to Piccle it! This recreation is brought to you by 25 motivated Picclers from Boston. To see more of Sebastian's work please check out his instagram, @koenigsebastian.
Under Your Spell
The talented illustrator, Steven Hall, or better known as @meltingmirror on Instagram brought us this wonderful piece. This rendition was made possible by 25 individuals who were extremely thrilled to be recreating such a unique piece of artwork.
This is a piccled version of the very colorful and unique portrait of the actress Emma Stone (who also stars in the musical "La La Land"). The original portrait was created by the talented artist, Clément Schoendorff. We love it!
This illustration by Elia Colombo is called "Self Standing." Colombo describes this whale as a symbol of "a substance of yourself." This piccle is made by Colombo's fans. Go check out his other work!
CREATIVE ARTS COMPETITION
The MIT Creative Arts Competition is an annual contest designed to encourage arts-focused startups at the Institute. The $15,000 prize is offered as a grant to help launch the winning enterprise and enable the recipient(s) to join the ranks of MIT’s successful startup founders. Piccles was part of 2018 MIT Creative Arts Competition, and won the Audience Choice Award!
Piccles partnered up with the Roxbury YMCA to bring Piccles to the after school program. Through the program, we were able to gain a lot of creative pieces, such as this one. This Lebron James piccle was created by around 24 students.
2018 ARTWEEK LAUNCH PROJECTS
These are a collection of Piccles created by 25+ individuals for the ArtWeek event hosted by Workbar (Cambridge). Some of the prompts were as simple as draw the Bruins logo, while others were draw your face, or draw which side are you on, republican or democratic? These piccles are a great way to incite discussion within a group of people.
Players here were presented with a simple prompt: two multi-colored triangles, and encouraged to draw whatever they felt drawn to.
The resulting work was the culmination of 95 individual contributions.
SAM THE PICCLEMAN
Sam the Piccleman
Dec. 4-6, 2017 Amherst, MA
Attributed to Professor Glennon's Management 301 classes in what was the first recorded case of a class-wide Sam the Minuteman drawing contest. It has since been established that his Tuesday @ 11:00 am class was the winner (bottom left).
All following iterations of this image of Sam the Minuteman were generated from this original image (first picture). This activity was attributed to Professor Glennon's Marketing 301 Discussion Classes Spring 2018. Which one was the best Sam the Minuteman drawing?
WHAT'S FOR LUNCH?
The age old question “What’s for lunch” passes through the lips of everyone from children to urban office workers on a daily basis.
Saying what you want is one thing, but drawing it is a whole other kettle of fish, which, coincidentally, some people seem to be thinking about for lunch.
OWL IN FESTIVE HAT
Owl in Festive Hat
This drawing is part of a larger collection of woodland creatures who received holiday hats for a timely resurgence during the winter months. Here, we see a newborn owl with wings outstretched, yearning for their mother who left the nest to hunt for a juicy Christmas critter.
Jun. 2016 Somewhere over the East Coast between Boston and Atlanta
The first pickle ever Piccled, this was later scrutinized by museum officials and deemed a fake. The author of this piece seemed to have created it to convey the idea of Piccling a pickle without having the platform yet to do so.