Rafael Araujo’s Magic Drawings Solely Created With Pen And Pencil – Design You Trust

Rafael Araujo’s Magic Drawings Solely Created With Pen And Pencil

Only with a pencil, ruler and protractor, without the help of a computer, Venezuelan artist Rafael Araujo creates complex fields of three dimensional space where butterflies come to life and shells rise from mathematical spirals.


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