Miniature Drawings of Urban Landscapes by Taylor Mazer

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Michigan-based artist Taylor Mazer recently crafted extremely small drawings that are actually not larger than an average pencil.

In December 2014, Taylor Mazer used a fine-tipped Micron pen, straight-edge, and a mechanical pencil to create those miniature (and intriguing), monochromatic urban landscapes. They feature abandoned structures, alleys and desolate buildings, but do note that Taylor Mazer also  loves to sketch idyllic-looking mountain ranges, as well.

Well, nothing is impossible. Even the word itself says “I’m possible”. Pencils up, mate, amazing work done.

 

 

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