Photographer and filmmaker Daniel Driensky occasionally takes his passion for visual expression to another form....ink and paper. “Driensky drawings” as he calls them, are made with a fountain pen directly to paper so there can be no alterations. He then scans these usually-imperfect works into a computer and colors them digitally. The subject matter varies widely, everything from “Robocop On VHS” to a portrait of Richard Avedon he found on the internet. The overall theme in his work becomes nostalgia and things that personally matter to Driensky, all in a collectible 9in x 9in size.