Many of us idly doodle on notepads to pass the time, but one artist has made scribbling an art form in its own right. Artist and illustrator Vince low, from Kuala Lumpur, creates artistic order from the chaos of pen lines to produce stunning portraits of famous faces.
His ‘Faces’ project began when, as head illustrator at advertising agency Grey, he created three portraits of famous dyslexics o create awareness for the disorder: Pablo Picasso, Albert Einstein and John Lennon. dyslexic’s symptoms is the rare condition that the person who try to read see letters jumping, moving or blinking. since then he decided to use the scribbled style for a personal project featuring other famous faces.