When people speak about the true meaning of art, I often argue that art is successful when it provokes a feeling or emotional response from its viewers. French-American artist Pascal Campion has clearly proven himself to be extremely successful, as his artwork captures true emotion through everyday moments. Campion often shares his posts to Twitter, showcasing friends, family and other people he’s met throughout his life. Each piece has its own unique edge while being based on simple events the everyday person goes through. However, when looking at each illustration, one feels as though each individual moment has more meaning than we give credit.
Early This one is just a morning wake up sketch. I’m trying to simplify my work these days… sinplify the lighting and focus a little more on the basic drawing aspect of people which is where I feel I’m not very good at. I ll get back to more bells an… https://t.co/czOkoqN1v8 pic.twitter.com/tnno7Ef66g
— Pascal Campion (@pascalcampion) December 3, 2017
Facets #pascalcampion https://t.co/7qJd8rgEYT pic.twitter.com/QSu9kclYoQ
— Pascal Campion (@pascalcampion) December 2, 2017
This one was just a random doodle at first, done while I was on the phone.. and I just finished it up a little bit.#pascalcampion https://t.co/MwYw5nlUB1 pic.twitter.com/O1qhdvI4Sv
— Pascal Campion (@pascalcampion) November 30, 2017