Who needs a 3-D printer with drawings like these?
These days, it feels like so much of what you see in the media in regards to technology, is 3-D this and 3-D that, or 3-D printer this, 3-D printer that. Some amazing two-dimensional drawings prove there's something to be said about the world of very basic 2-D.
Without the use of anything other than their own creativity, a pencil and piece of paper, these artists from around the world have created drawings that look amazingly 3-D. By shading the drawings in perfect gradations, they've made their artwork look like like solid pieces, as though you could reach out and actually touch them.
Below are photos of some amazing artwork.
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