At first glance you would think that this is just a photocopy of some guys face smashed against a scanner. Well, you are mistaken. Miguel Endara’s piece entitled “Hero” is a portrait of his father made up of 3.2 million dots from a ballpoint pen. A technique like this takes a steady hand and a lot of patience.
Although Miguel Endara considers himself a web developer or interactive designer, I consider him more of an artist. Endara started working with charcoal in 2004 up until 2006 where he began drawing in a technique called Stippling or Pointillism. You can find his collection on his website and contact him through email in regards to purchasing a limited edition of “Hero”.