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Artist Grows Up and Recreates His Own Drawings 2 Decades Later

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For most kids, drawings turn out a bit abstract… Heck! I can call them crappy here since it’s just us adults, right? We’ll soften the word and call them “crapstract” art.

They’re adorable, sure, but raise your hand if your kid has ever handed over a picture they drew for you, that you had absolutely no idea what it was a picture of. ::raises both hands and a leg::

Some kids grow up and stop scribbling and doodling, but some keep at it. Some get really good. Brilliant even.

Here’s a fascinating, quirky perspective on that artistic evolution. Street artist, Telmo Pieper (of Telmo Miel), took drawings he made when he four, and recreated them years and years later in art school.

WHALE

Man Creates Digital Images with His Childhood Drawings Whale

CAR

Man Creates Digital Images with His Childhood Drawings car

TOWER

Man Creates Digital Images with His Childhood Drawings tower

FLY

Man Creates Digital Images with His Childhood Drawings fly

SHARK

Man Creates Digital Images with His Childhood Drawings shark

BEETLE

Man Creates Digital Images with His Childhood Drawings Beetle

BUTTERFLY

Man Creates Digital Images with His Childhood Drawings Butterfly

DUCK

Man Creates Digital Images with His Childhood Drawings Duck

SNAIL

Man Creates Digital Images with His Childhood Drawings Snail

BEAR

Man Creates Digital Images with His Childhood Drawings Snail

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 street art.

Instructional Diagrams
These are my drawings… sort of. You’ll see.

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2 Responses to “Artist Grows Up and Recreates His Own Drawings 2 Decades Later”

  1. Laurie says:

    This is so cool!

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