It’s tough to judge, but the pictures you’re regarding to see are not photographs they be all tired using a single pencil! Just like Juan Francisco belongings that uses a modest BIC pen to “take” his photographs, this guy also doesn’t look to need a camera. Paul Lung, a Hong Kong based graphic designer doesn’t still use an eraser all he needs is a 0.5 mm methodological pencil, A2 paper and some time. Well, about 60 hours! His works are so photorealistic that people often don’t judge the pictures are not actual photographs. Paul even has to manuscript his work process in order to prove his brilliant skills. Enjoy.
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Only rising in the sky, people were really surprised to know that before our ancestors left the drawings for the “aliens from the distant stars.” It turns out that even today some people are doing the same art – drawings on the beach and sand.Sand sculptor Jamie Wardley transforms beaches into canvases for his art, as he tries to send important messages through his giant sand drawings.He and his team at “Sand in Your Eyes” create incredibly detailed sand drawings, up to 800 meters large. While they only last a few hours, before the tide sweeps over them, Jamie’s works can clearly be seen from the air and on the ground, during this short period of time.Jamie Wardley’s company creates commercial sand drawings, like for companies who want to promote their products, but also takes interest in preserving the environment, and honoring history. Over the years they’ve created various sand drawings in protest to global warming and pollution.