Pencil vs. Camera – Ben Heine

Pencil vs. Camera: The art concept of Ben Heine gives more than only photography! He has found a method to unchain from triviality.

composition via by Ben Heine sent to my flickr group BLOG IT! – click on the picture to enter his collection…
The usual topics of photography? Landscapes and horses, guitarists and cats, bicycles and beaches, female nudes posing and happy children playing: peaceful atmospheres, mostly avoiding political headlines – (except professional photographers working for newspapers). Ben Heine added his drawings to photos trying to create more sophisticated messages. It’s a great ART project, I think…
more of Ben Heine via!/BenHeine
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second composition via by Ben Heine sent to my flickr group BLOG IT! – click on the picture to enter his collection…

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21 responses to “Pencil vs. Camera – Ben Heine

  1. this type of Art is very new to me.. but I am loving it . Thank you for sharing such talent here


  2. mooi werk van Ben Heine, leuk dat je dit laat zien Dietmar


  3. How interesting that image. πŸ™‚


  4. So cool. It amazes me the creativity of people in this world. Love this! Margie


  5. thirdhandart

    I’ve seen this concept carried out using two photos. Ben Heine’s approach of using a photo and a drawing is a little more creative. Awesome idea.


  6. That is very creative. Thanks for sharing!


  7. That’s so cool. The one picture reminds me of Banksy.


  8. Very interesting
    (and a lot of fun, too)!


  9. so creative! I could spend hours looking at his collection…Thanks for posting!


  10. Very unusual and very creative! Thanks for sharing.


  11. Awesome and very, very cool! πŸ™‚


  12. Amazing – I am very impressed! This is unique and creative.


  13. Really cool! Such a creative way to express different point of view.


  14. Great ideas: some sure come with something new, no matter what! Thanks for the post, Frizztext!


  15. Ben’s work is phenomenal… I love your selection. πŸ™‚


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