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Emanuele Dascanio Pencil Drawing

EMANUELE DASCANIO HAS AN AMAZING COMPOSITION OF COMPLEX TEXTURE, FORM, AND LIGHT. Emanuele Dascanio was born in Garbagnate Milanese in 1983. He always had the desire and need for artistic growth. In 2007 he began the study and learning the technique of oil painting. He has participated in various competitions and exhibitions nationally and internationally. Emanuele Dascanio...
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The Beauty Of Single Life

Mexico-based artist Idalia Candelas draws women who are content to be alone. Using pencil, ink, and watercolor, “Postmodern Loneliness” is a series that celebrates being single. Candelas says she was inspired by her time living alone in Mexico City. “The theme of the loneliness has been recurring in my drawings,” Candelas told Mic. “I like...
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Artist Born Without Arms

Mariusz Kedzierski is 23-year-old Polish artist. Mostly, he makes realistic or hyperrealistic drawings. Most of them are portraits. In his art there is nothing special, except for one thing – Mariusz was born without arms. But for him disability doesn’t mean that he can’t live his own, great life. It doesn’t mean that he has to forget his dreams. Art has...
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Drawings by Jelena Bulajic

Drawings by Jelena Bulajic Large-scale drawings of the residents at Laurels Edge Assisted Living in Minnesota. As an art student from Serbia, Jelena would spend her Friday afternoon for about eight months at the facility working on their portraits to bring attention to the elderly as a marginalized group. Jelena Bulajic says about her work:...
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Calculation by Rafael Araujo

Only with a pencil, ruler and protractor, without the help of a computer, Venezuelan artist Rafael Araujo creates complex fields of three dimensional space where butterflies come to life and shells rise from mathematical spirals. At a technology-free drafting table he deftly renders the motion and subtle mathematical brilliance of nature with a pencil, ruler and protractor. Araujo...
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Drawings by William Dolan

Illustrations of alleyways often overlooked. William Dolan explores the relationship of society to the urban realm through an interpretation of the built environment. Focusing on ignored, outdated and well-worn bits of the city; the infrastructure that is left behind, as humans reshape their surroundings to support an increasingly homogeneous existence.  

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