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The art of Steven Reddy

One year ago   |   By Gabi Campanario

Reddy's book memoir campaign on Kickstarter .
The web is overflowing with creative talent. How can an artist stand out?
Steven Reddy has told me several times that you have to do "your own thing," not follow what everyone else is doing. It's a simple answer, yet so true.
After 35 years filling sketchbooks, the Seattle-based artist and fellow urban sketcher lives by his own words. He has developed an original style that makes his art instantly recognizable.
While many sketchers I know, including myself, swim in loose linework and freely-applied watercolor washes, Reddy travels against the...
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