“To call his work monumental would be something of an understatement.”
—Lauren Cooper, Reed Magazine
The ForeverScape is a hand-drawn artwork Vance Feldman started in 2009. It's longer than the Titanic end-to-end and 18 stories tall when arranged vertically. It is a physical drawing on panels where every single page connects. It grows at the average rate of one page every two days, making the first 1,000 pages just a warm-up... Vance pledges to keep adding to it indefinitely.
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“An impressive work of ink and watercolor...”
— Jenna Lechner, Portland Mercury
It began as a ballpoint pen drawing and was forcibly constrained to simpler media for the first six years. In 2015, opaque paint was allowed. Until then, it consisted of colored markers, watercolor and oil pastel. If you're not familiar with how the genuinely epic storyline evolves, read the article Frogs in Space to get an idea of just how long the story arcs extend.
“It’s a surreal piece, spanning many landscapes and environments— bringing in everything from a factory manufacturing Buddha statues to colonies of germs spewed from a "McSludgewich" box.”
— Matt Stangel, Portland Mercury
“This just blew my mind. Seamless stacked hand drawn illustrations that go on, well, forever.”
“Wow. That looks like an illustration of the craziest dream ever.”
“I clicked on a facebook ad... and it blew my mind. Imagine what you‘d get if you handed Salvador Dali a pen and an endless roll of paper... then you started feeding him acid.”