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Realistic Pencil Drawings by Arinze Stanley Egbengwu “I... crss

Realistic Pencil Drawings by Arinze Stanley Egbengwu

“I try to use my art to speak for people that can’t speak for themselves”

Arinze is from Lagos, Nigeria and he is not a photograph. Actually, he’s an artist making drawings, hyperrealist drawings though. He uses his incredible talent to speak out for those who can’t. Charcoal and graphite being his primary weapons. Both socially and politically engaged, he tries to raise awareness around issues such as Modern slavery and feminism that affect communities in Africa. via

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