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Artist Creates Cute Drawings Out Of His Own Fingers

Javier Perez, a clever artist in Ecuador, is back with more simple but brilliant drawings that incorporate everyday objects – but this time, those everyday objects are his fingers.


Perez’s style is timeless because of its clean simplicity and because of its playful creativity, which can engage people young and old.


The last time we wrote about Javier Perez, you guys created some awesome drawings of your own inspired by his work. This time, you’ll be able to add them to this post at the bottom, so we’d love to see what you guys come up with!


More info: javierperez.ws | Facebook | Instagram (h/t: designtaxi)


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