Spanish artist Emilio Ferrari creates extreme, hyper realistic drawings with just paper and some pencils. Every drawing has photographic qualities within the details, and it can take the self-taught artist up to two weeks to complete one of his visually complex creations. In contrast with the realistic accuracy of each piece, Ferrari includes a touch of surrealism in his illustrations. For example, a wide-eyed man's mustache grows unexpectedly upward and a scared young man has unnaturally perfect drops of blood trickling from his nose.
Dali portrait charcoal drawing