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  • Greg Howells

    Digital Art

  • Candy

    awesome! #dominoes #art

  • Stacey Button

    Chilean artist Fredo draws absolutely mind-blowing 3D pencil drawings that look like they’re about to jump off the page. He's 20 years old now, but when the majority of his works were submitted to Deviant Art back in 2008 or even 2007 he was 16-17 years old. His real name is Wladimir Inostroza, but he goes by the name Fredo. He was inspired by great masters like Escher, Rembrandt, Beksinski & Arcimbolo. Some of his drawings only take 30 minutes while others take up to a month.

  • SoPeachy

    Impressive 3D Pencil Drawings #pencil #art

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