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Scribble Drawings by Vince Low

February 5, 2014 Illustration, Portfolio

A Malaysian artist uses brushstrokes seemed to paint Scribbling portraits beautifully. An artist with the stage name vice Low, was working in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) created this unique drawing  when his company built a campaign for the Association of Malaysian dyslexic’s painting. The Low seemed just scribbled drawings, however the final work is beautiful paintings. Low has been used for thousands of swirling brushstrokes to create continual lines for painting. Initially Low has used special way his paintings to portray the famous three suffered from dyslexia, the painter Pablo Picasso, musician John Lennon and Albert Einstein. The idea of Low shows that despite suffering from dyslexia, it does not affect every human talent. Immediately Low was the idea of the company where he worked as uncle made him welcome more interested in how to develop his distinctive painting and launched many new products. Initially Low only use its special drawing to painting portraits of famous people, but with time Low time art has developed his unique painting to paint the picture of a complete and more complex.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scribbling Portraits by Vince Low

 

Scribbling Portraits by Vince Low

 

Scribbling Portraits by Vince Low

 

Scribbling Portraits by Vince Low

 

Scribbling Portraits by Vince Low

 

Scribbling Portraits by Vince Low

 

Scribbling Portraits by Vince Low

 

Scribbling Portraits by Vince Low

 

Scribbling Portraits by Vince Low

 

Scribbling Portraits by Vince Low

 

Scribbling Portraits by Vince Low

 

Scribbling Portraits by Vince Low

 

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