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These 27 Artists Created Something Amazing Using Ballpoint Pens.

It’s amazing the kind of art some people can make just using everyday objects. Take for example these 27 amazing artists. They reached into a normal desk drawer and pulled out a ballpoint pen. Then, they proceeded to make the coolest art I’ve ever seen.

All of their drawings were done using ordinary ballpoint pens, and a few markers. If you’re feeling untalented by the time you reach #24, you’re not alone. 

1.) Walter White from “Breaking Bad.”

2.) My favorite show of all time.

3.) How did the artist get those eyes to be so expressive?

4.) She’s beautiful.

5.) Miley Cyrus.

6.) This is unreal.

7.) Getting a grip.

8.) Squidward from “SpongeBob SquarePants.”

9.) The shadows on this one are great.

10.) Creepy twins from “The Shining.”

11.) Hugh Lowry, AKA Dr. House.

12.) Harry Potter.

13.) Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow from “Pirates of the Caribbean.”

14.) Spiderman looking amazing.

15.) Vampire Weekend album cover drawn on a Starbucks napkin.

16.) This one seriously looks like an Instagram photo.

17.) Martin Scorsese.

18.) Holding her tight.

19.) Truth.

20.) Cat time!

21.) Woman in blue and red.

22.) Beautiful.

23.) Davy Havok from the band “Afi.”

24.) How is this even possible?!

25.) Straight from nature.

26.) Abstract pen art.

27.) Looks good enough to drink.

(Via: Ebaum’s World)

Maybe it’s time to sign up for some art classes? These creations are beyond incredible.

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Grandpa Stays In Touch With His Faraway Grandkids Through Instagram Art

When people live in a different state (or country) than their family, the best ways to stay connected are usually by phone or email.

However, one man in Brazil does it a bit differently when it comes to his grandchildren. When Ji Lee saw that his 75-year-old father, Chan Jae Lee, seemed lonely and withdrawn, he came up with a great way to keep him in contact with his grandchildren, who live in New York and Korea. Ji knew that his dad loved drawing, so he convinced him to draw and paint something every day for the kids to see, and Chan’s wife could then upload the pictures to Instagram.

He wasn’t happy about it at first, but after traveling to New York to meet Ji’s newborn son, Astro, he realized he could leave them a legacy that would last forever. “I explained the reasons he should do it: drawing for his three grandchildren — and he saw a very specific purpose. It’s not just drawing for drawing’s sake, it’s not just sharing for sharing’s sake. It’s for his grandchildren,” Ji told Today.

Though they can’t be with him and see it for themselves, he can share the view from his living room.

Read More: This Guy Took Out Some Packing Tape And Turned It Into Unbelievable Art

Nor can he see them off to school, but he can show them how he pictures it.

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