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    Artist Grows Up and Recreates His Own Drawings 2 Decades Later

    by Andy
    CAR TOWER FLY SHARK BEETLE BUTTERFLY DUCK SNAIL BEAR Amazing, right??? Follow Telmo Pieper on the Telmo Miel Facebook Page. Visit the website of the street art duo, Telmo Pieper and Miel Krutzmann: www.telmopieper.com – Follow us on Facebook. It's sort of like social media... #art #funny #photo
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      Artist Recreates His Childhood Drawings in Sophisticated Digital Illustrations Kiddie Arts by Telmo Pieper

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      Artist Digitally Recreates His Childhood Drawings 20 Years Later - #Artist, #Arts, #Childhood, #Digital, #Drawings, #Illustrations, #Kiddie, #Netherlands, #Old, #Series, #TelmoPieper #Art Netherlands-based artist Telmo Pieper took old childhood drawings which he then recreated as digital illustrations in a series called “Kiddie Arts”… Telmo Pieper | via  laughingsquid

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      Telmo Pieper’s Kiddie Arts series |see more at http://photoshopmeartistically.com/telmo-piepers-kiddie-arts-series/ #photoshop #artist #digitalart #kiddieArt

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