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Cosmic Hues and Incredible Details in Pencil Drawings by Georgina Kreutzer

These vibrant, hyperrealistic pencil drawings are by Australian artist Georgina Kreutzer. Kreutzer uses a combination of watercolor paints and colored pencils to create a series of drawings with cosmic hues and incredible details. Website / Facebook / Instagram / Pinterest / YouTube via [MyModMet]

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New Unbelievably Beautiful Drawings by Morgan Davidson

New unbelievably beautiful drawings by Denver based illustrator Morgan Davidson (previously). “My work is mostly drawn in colored pencil, a medium I started working with when I was a child. I’ve always been drawn to it’s precise nature and how easily you can create … Continue reading

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孤独症 by YANG Yi

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Detailed Colored Pencil Drawings by Marco Mazzoni

Milan-based artist Marco Mazzoni creates intricate drawings almost exclusively with colored pencils. His works are about the cycles of nature and worlds based heavily in Italian folklore. Mazzoni weaves a world based on Italian folklore, made up of Janas and Cogas, female figures … Continue reading

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Incredible Mini Sculptures Carved from Pencils

Chien Chu Lee is a talented and patient artist from Taiwan who meticulously carved these pencils into incredible detailed sculptures. In this incredible collection there is a recreation of the entire alphabet on a thin graphite refill for a mechanical … Continue reading

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Chronicle Of CrazyCity by So PineNut

So PineNut is a Japanese artist and illustrator based in Tokyo. His dramatic works entirely out of graphite are often inspired by the darkest side of the Bible. Cannibalism, mutilation, and sacrifice are realistically and skillfully drawn with an amazing amount … Continue reading

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Sprout Pencil: the First Pencil in the World That Can Be Planted After Use

The Sprout pencil is the first sustainable pencil in the world that can be planted after use. The Sprout Pencil has been given this dual function by replacing the eraser, which usually sits on top of the pencil, with a … Continue reading

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Skeletons Escape by Paul Jackson

British artist Paul Jackson, currently based in Toronto, creates these incredibly detailed pen-and-pencil drawings of various animals with their skeletons and organs lifting out of their bodies. Facebook / Twitter / Instagram / Cartel via [demilked]

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Tiny Pencil Portraits by Ashish Patel

These intricately detailed tiny celebrity portraits are designed by Ashish Patel. His incredible works are made with superfine-tipped pencils that allow him to focus on every minute details. Website / Facebook / Instagram via [MyModMet]

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The Wonder Charcoals by Stephanie Inagaki

A Southern California native, Stephanie Inagaki received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Boston University’s College of Fine Arts and her Master of Fine Arts from the San Francisco Art Institute. After studying abroad in Italy and living in major … Continue reading

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