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Pencil drawings amaze art critics

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Kelvin Okafor, from Tottenham, has scooped a number of national awards and exhibited at galleries across the country.

The 27-year-old Middlesex University Fine Art graduate's drawings are often mistaken for photographs.

http://www.bbc.co.uk...london-21234214

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That man's works are simply amazing.

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Wow wow wow!

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WOW! amazing!

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Holy COW!

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Astounding. :yes:

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Incredible!

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I wish I'd had a crumb of that talent when I was in art school.

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pfft... 'tis a real job he's needing!

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pfft... 'tis a real job he's needing!

Everyone does realize, I hope, that this is a man being lauded for reproducing something a machine is better known for? That is a marvel of the 21st century I guess. For so long it was just opposite. But yes, the drawings are amazing!
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wow what a talent

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