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Seriously Saturated: Black Ink Tattoos by Kamil Czapiga

Inspired by antique prints, wildlife, music, imaginary worlds, and Slavic mythology, Polish tattoo artist Kamil Czapiga has a brilliant talent for creating depth with just black ink. He uses pointillist techniques to give dimension to his designs and has a ...
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Drawing In Circles: Ballpoint Pen Pointillism

With a lot of talent and even more patience, UK based illustrator Jacob Everett has a unique style for creating large scale portraits. The 22 year old artist overlaps thousands of ballpoint ink ellipses, building up more or less to ...
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Torn Up Magazines Become Classic Art

Using the torn pages of old magazines, Brooklyn-based artist Vik Muniz recreates classic paintings in a pointillist style. From afar it would be hard to tell that these pieces are not actually by their original artists- Van Gogh, Cézanne, Edouard ...
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Save the Date: Ink Stamp Pointillism

If you thought old school librarians were the only ones who know how to use an ink date stamp, think again. Italian artist Federico Pietrella has put a contemporary twist on classical painting by using only a date stamp to ...
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3.2 Million Dots and 210 Hours Later

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 ...