Telmo Pieper, a Dutch street and divider painting specialist (and one part of the Telmo Miel twosome), came back to his youthfulness by making grand propelled show-stoppers called “Kiddie Arts” that reinterpret his childhood outlines and attempt to comprehend them from an adult perspective by filling them in with inconspicuous components, surface and shading.
Pieper’s photographs answer a curious request – what may it look like if your immaturity outlines were made into certified adjustments of what you drew? What sort of life structures would the creatures or people you drew truly have? The contention of childish virtue and adult objectivity make for a charming and once in a while engaging or irregular blend. Take a gander at it!
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