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Artistic pharmacist cleverly combines his drawings with real life Art / Artists / Sketching

Mokhallad Habib from Lebanon, Middle East is a professional pharmacist but he doesn’t let his profession interfere with his creativity. Tickling his artistic nerve every now or then, he likes to create fun anime drawings that cleverly blends with the realistic world. It is really amazing to see how he mixes drawing, photography and real-life objects to form unique surreal scenes.


Beautiful nature-inspired drawings on recycled wood by Martina Billi Art / Sketching

In schools and colleges, we’re told not to scribble on desks – as wood is not a material to write. But after looking at the amazing art pieces by Italian artist Martina Billi, your urge to scribble on a wooden desk may arise again. Well, this brilliant artist, makes some  seriously amazing nature-inspired drawings on recycled wood.


Self-taught artist merges human faces with architectural designs Art / Sketching

While a human face and urban architecture has nothing in common, Patrick Antounian, 18-year-old self-taught artist, has found a creative way to combine the two different worlds in one. Inspired by double exposure photography and architecture, he thought of creating creates portraits of people by connecting them with architectural designs.


Intricate animal drawings by Fay Halliday blend with nature Art / Artists / Sketching

Fay Halliday from UK is a talented young artist who travels around the world to create intricate animal drawings for her project Haathi. ‘Haathi’ means elephant, which is where the inspiration originally came from. During her trip to India, she attended the Elephant Festival in Jaipur, Rajasthan and absolutely loved the way elephant owners covered the animals in colourful attires and also painted intricate patterns...

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Incredibly detailed lifelike ballpoint drawings by Alfredo Chamal Art / Sketching

Ballpoint pen is not just a medium of writing anymore, as over time we have seen talented artists use this writing tool to create surreal portraits and drawings. Recently, we featured the stunning ballpoint portraits by Ralvin Dizon on EdgyMinds. Now we came across another brilliant sketch artist Alfredo Chamal, who creates incredibly detailed lifelike drawings using only ballpoint pens.



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