by Zolton in New Art on Saturday 5 November 2011
Based in the Netherlands, Rajacenna draws the most brilliantly hyper-realistic pencil portraits of celebrities we’ve seen. What’s even more impressive is that she’s completely self-taught. Damn! Now, where the hell is my pencil sharpener?
Jane Moyse Tuesday 8 November 2011
This is a horrendous post. Street artists all over London sell ugly portraits like this to tourists, I don’t want to subscribe to a design blog and see this kind of tat.
Zolton Tuesday 8 November 2011
Insightful feedback Jane. I’m sure we’d all be interested in seeing your creative work. Must be wonderful.
Jenn Tuesday 8 November 2011
They are very well done I have to day- but no one was saying they were amazingly creative.
conrad Friday 6 January 2012
Stunning portraits! well done.
Tom Wednesday 25 April 2012
Amazed at how many people are still being taken in by this girls ‘artwork’ its all faked.
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