Hyper-Realistic Pencil Drawings of Everyday Reflections


Black and white photos? Not quite! With these fantastic hyper-realistic pencil drawings, Estonia-based artist Heikki Leis makes us see the common ritual we all experience every morning in a whole new light. Called Everyday Reflections, the series consists of 60×60 cm portraits of local Estonians doing everything from washing their face and brushing their teeth to applying a little color to their face. Hop on over to Behance to see the close-up images of every piece, which will only make you appreciate the fine level of detail or artistry even more.







Heikki Leis’ website





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