Jason Sho Green uses a simple ball-point pen to create incredibly intricate portraits that are actually made of other smaller drawings.
Whether we’re good at it or not, we all like to doodle, but American artist Jason Sho Green has taken the pastime to a whole new level with his amazing doodle portraits that look like modern-day mosaics. Seen from a distance, his works looked like detailed recreations of his subjects, for which he uses shadows to outline the fine characteristics of the face, but as you approach them you realize there’s a lot more to them. Jason actually uses a ball-point pen to “assemble” his portraits from various doodles, including images of people, animals and fantastic creatures.
If you like Jason Sho Green’s doodle portraits as much as I do, you might also want to check out Sagaki Keita’s artworks made from thousands of drawn whimsical creatures.
via My Modern Met