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Beautiful Double Exposure Illustrations Made Using Thousands Of Tiny Dots | UltraLinx

Beautiful Double Exposure Illustrations Made Using Thousands Of Tiny Dots | UltraLinx

Beautiful Double Exposure Illustrations Made Using Thousands Of Tiny Dots | UltraLinx

Beautiful Double Exposure Illustrations Made Using Thousands Of Tiny Dots | UltraLinx

Beautiful Double Exposure Illustrations Made Using Thousands Of Tiny Dots | UltraLinx

Beautiful Double Exposure Illustrations Made Using Thousands Of Tiny Dots | UltraLinx

Beautiful Double Exposure Illustrations Made Using Thousands Of Tiny Dots | UltraLinx

Beautiful Double Exposure Illustrations Made Using Thousands Of Tiny Dots | UltraLinx

Beautiful Double Exposure Illustrations Made Using Thousands Of Tiny Dots | UltraLinx

Beautiful Double Exposure Illustrations Made Using Thousands Of Tiny Dots | UltraLinx

Beautiful Double Exposure Illustrations Made Using Thousands Of Tiny Dots | UltraLinx

Beautiful Double Exposure Illustrations Made Using Thousands Of Tiny Dots | UltraLinx

Beautiful Double Exposure Illustrations Made Using Thousands Of Tiny Dots | UltraLinx

Beautiful Double Exposure Illustrations Made Using Thousands Of Tiny Dots | UltraLinx

Beautiful Double Exposure Illustrations Made Using Thousands Of Tiny Dots | UltraLinx

Beautiful Double Exposure Illustrations Made Using Thousands Of Tiny Dots | UltraLinx

Male calliope joins female Rufous for a drink of nectar...calliope is the smallest of the North American Hummingbirds

Male calliope joins female Rufous for a drink of nectar...calliope is the smallest of the North American Hummingbirds

Philippines-based designer Kerby Rosanes has been doing intricate artwork with a simple collection of black pens for years now. One of his more recent projects caught our attention though, and it's because of the way it mixes two different styles so well that it might as well be the peanut butter and jelly of illustration. Take a look!

Philippines-based designer Kerby Rosanes has been doing intricate artwork with a simple collection of black pens for years now. One of his more recent projects caught our attention though, and it's because of the way it mixes two different styles so well that it might as well be the peanut butter and jelly of illustration. Take a look!