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Artgerm’s Charcoal Portraits Singapore based artist...





















Artgerm’s Charcoal Portraits

Singapore based artist Stanley Lau aka Artgerm took a short break from his famous digital illustrations to do some old fashioned charcoal & ink portraits. Born & bred in Hong Kong, the multifaceted Stanley wears different hats as an illustrator, designer, concept artist, creative director & instructor. | (See Artgerm’s heroic “Superbelles”)
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