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Artist Creates Impressive Portraits Using The Humble Kitchen Salt


Norway-based Croatian tattoo artist Dino Tomic creates beautiful drawings on large canvasses with salt, only to erase his works that takes hours, sometimes days to bring to life.

h/t: designtaxi

“My wrist was hurting from so much drawing so I needed to take a break. I started with salt three weeks ago just to relax my wrist–because I only use my shoulder,” Tomic explained.

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