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Artist Recreates Childhood Drawings He Made More Than 20 Years Ago

Published 3 years ago

Telmo Pieper, a Dutch street and mural artist (and one half of the Telmo Miel duo), revisited his childhood by creating awesome digital paintings called “Kiddie Arts” that reinterpret his childhood drawings and try to make sense of them from an adult perspective by filling them in with details, texture and color.

Pieper’s pictures answer a curious question – what might it look like if your childhood drawings were made into real-life versions of what you drew? What sort of anatomy would the creatures or people you drew actually have? The clash of childish innocence and adult rationality make for an interesting and at times funny or grotesque combination. Check it out!

More info: telmopieper.com (h/t: boredpanda)

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childhood drawings, childhood drawings recreated, children drawings, children drawings recreated, digital drawings, full-post, funny drawings, Kiddie Arts, re-painted, Telmo Miel, Telmo Pieper
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