Cuong Nguyen Uses The Streets As A Canvas For His Incredibly Realistic Chalk Portraits

Now’s the perfect season to break out chalk and draw on the pavement, and there are many people who do this at this time of the year. Though it’s usual to assume that this type of activity is reserved for children, and it’s common to see simple drawings done by them, there are people like Cuong Nguyen who take it to another level.

The artist, who’s a portraitist by profession, participates in various street festivals where he can hone his skills on an unusual medium.

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