Start your search with artist Chris Shaw Hughes who creates landscape drawings described by critics as “technical marvels”. The high-level of detail and density of the carbon on the paper makes his images look like fading vintage photographs or negative film, ensuring his style is immediately distinctive. In his Welsh landscape Worm’s Head, Rhossili, Chris depicts the rocks blending into the rough sea beneath the textured sky. In Pine Forest, the artist’s ability to portray light and dark using only carbon captures the sunshine creeping through the cracks between the trees. The dense foliage in Walk Near Gioux creates the impression that a branch or a bush might burst out from the paper.