Pencil Vs Camera By Ben Heine

Pencil Vs Camera By Ben Heine

Last week while I was on the behance.net website, I stumbled upon some cool photographs/sketches by this artist called Ben Heine. He actually calls these beautiful works Pencil VS Camera!. I found them to be so interesting that I wanted to share them with all of you. Although there are only 19 in his collection so far, they are definitely worth showcasing. Hope you enjoy as much as I do.

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This is the legendary "tram 28" in Lisbon, Portugal

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I took this photo in Belgium. I also drew the rough sketch.

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I took this photo in England and also made the rough sketch

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I took this photo a few days ago and also drew the rough sketch...

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I took this photo in the "Palais des Beaux Arts" of Lille, France (I also made the drawing)

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This is a view of Utrecht from the Dom Tower, which is the tallest church tower in the Netherlands, at 112.5 metres (368 feet) in height. I took the photo and drew the 2 sketches

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A photo I took yesterday in Poland (I also made the rough sketch). Yes I know, there are no Koalas in Poland but there is one in my mind, struggling against extinction.

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This is a view of the countryside in Braives, Belgium. I took the photo and drew the sketch (I wanted to make a very simplified composition on the paper to match the landscape).

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A sculpture, a photo, a drawing and friendship, all in once!

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This is sort of experimental...

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I took this photo in the Belgian countryside

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I took this photo near Brussels (I also made the sketch)

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I took this photo a few days ago in Poland and also made the rough sketch. The painting on the wall is a reproduction of the "Girl with a Pearl Earring". I really love this painting by Johannes Vermeer but I thought a "modern" version of if would be cool

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This is the Atomium in Brussels, Belgium

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This is a photo I took from Montmartre's hill in Paris, France

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This is a photo I took in Lille, France. I also made the rough sketch...

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I took this photo in Oxford, England. I made the sketch very quickly

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This is a real fire, a real drawing, a real piece of paper, real fingers... only ashes are left :(

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Sort of an introduction to my next series entitled "Chess Art" with optical illusions and strong perspectives...

  23Comments

  1. Shawn Ramsey   •  

    We must be thinking alike. I just posted this exact same post about a week ago :)

  2. Aurora Designs   •  

    I love the cat and T RAX with guns lol. Awsome work truly talented, creative and inspiring

  3. Smashing Buzz   •  

    amazing conceptual art in this beautiful article.

  4. Jahangir   •  

    Very creative combination of Pencil & Camera :)

  5. Great Post, some are very similar to MC Eshers, although the sketching style is different.

  6. Michael   •  

    Very very cool!

  7. Raneday   •  

    Check out his interview @ makemycreative blog

  8. Duke   •  

    very nice blog :)

    btw, where do you get the social networking sidebar? tks

  9. Jessica   •  

    check his interview at makemycreative blog

    @http://makemycreative.in

  10. Jessica   •  

    he’s such a gentle person

  11. SiteReviver   •  

    The picture with the Koala is the top for me. All images are very creative and are a good idea…

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