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Perspectives drawing by Brittitia S. 2014

Perspectives drawing by Brittitia S. 2014

dominic beyeler Portrait  Portraitsketch Sketch  Portraitdrawing Art Aquarelle Watercolor Messylines Ink

dominic beyeler Portrait Portraitsketch Sketch Portraitdrawing Art Aquarelle Watercolor Messylines Ink

33.2k Followers, 435 Following, 584 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Christina Lorre (@rawsueshii)

33.2k Followers, 435 Following, 584 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Christina Lorre (@rawsueshii)

We all have something we're hiding♡

We all have something we're hiding♡

Henrietta Harris is an artist and illustrator from New Zealand who has created a series of seemingly unfinished portraits. Each drawing is a portrait with the subjects face missing — instead, the crisp black and white images are focused on fine lines and clean shapes. The hair on the subjects is incredibly detailed but the facial area of the image is completely blank. For more of her work, check out Harris’ website.

Intriguing portraits created without faces

Henrietta Harris is an artist and illustrator from New Zealand who has created a series of seemingly unfinished portraits. Each drawing is a portrait with the subjects face missing — instead, the crisp black and white images are focused on fine lines and clean shapes. The hair on the subjects is incredibly detailed but the facial area of the image is completely blank. For more of her work, check out Harris’ website.

Catwoman original piece is also available. Link in my bio by henrytheartistiam

Catwoman original piece is also available. Link in my bio by henrytheartistiam

detailed face and body that falls into a lightly sketched sweater

Beautiful Woman Lady Portrait Fashion Art Art Print

drawing - Pieces that do not look finished, though the whole point of them is to feel whole. I really love this idea

drawing - Pieces that do not look finished, though the whole point of them is to feel whole. I really love this idea