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Ricardo Solis shows us how animals got their colours and stripes

Mexican artist Ricardo Solis was attracted to art and nature as a young boy, which may explain his series of animal drawings and paintings that try to understand evolution. From a rhino being created out of terracotta to a zebra’s stripes being attached by tiny workmen, Solis’ art allows us to open our minds and question the world around us.

It also unleashes the imagination – that grizzly bear being spun out of wool is just incredible.

Via Behance

A frog comes to life by artist Ricardo Solis in this surreal painting.
A grizzly bear comes to life by artist Ricardo Solis in this surreal painting.
Tiny workmen construct a mammoth rhino with terracotta pieces in this artwork by Ricardo Solis.
This is where zebra may have gotten those strips, according to artist Ricardo Solis.
An armadillo is brought to life by tiny workmen in this artwork by Ricardo Solis.

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