Monumental Pen & Ink Drawing Took 3.5 Years To Complete

Japanese artist Manabu Ikeda has created this Stunning Giant Pen & Ink Drawing entitled “Rebirth” The artist started working on his art piece back in 2013 inside a basement studio at the Chazen Museum of Art in Madison, Wisconsin. He spent 10 hours a day working on his 13×10 foot piece and it took him 3.5 years to finish it.
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Film and stills  courtesy Clayton Adams / Chazen Museum / via this is colossal

1 Comment

  1. This was a very inspirational post. Being an artist who enjoys using pen and ink, this piece is gorgeous and can see how this can be so emotionally beautiful as displayed in the video. Definitely something that inspires me to create more.

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