5 Fantastic Artworks by Federico Uribe

Here are 5 stunning pieces of artwork by Federico Uribe. As can be seen, the artworks are made from everyday objects, such as jigsaw pieces, pencils and coins. I can remember back in the days of art class, where there wasn’t a computer in sight. All we had to work with were pencils, coloured pastels, vaious paints, and of course – pencils! The ends of these were either thrown away or simply put back into the art trays. No-one ever used used them, so it’s good to see an artist like Uribe find such a fantastic use for the old pencil-ends and suchlike…

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Gallery // Fantastic Artworks by Federico Uribe

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♥ SEE ALSO: Sketch Art by Irina Vinnik.

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Credits: All images © copyright Federico Uribe .For more works by Federico, please visit his site: Federicouribe.com


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Pencil Art

These funky pencil art photos were produced by Bisy Backson, a creative from Amsterdam. I love original work such as this, and its good to escape the amount of digital and Photoshop work out there [SEE THE REST OF THE SET HERE].

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5 Fantastic Artworks by Federico Uribe – Made from Everyday Objects!

Learn More about the Coloured Pencil on Wikipedia:

A colored pencil, coloured pencil r pencil crayon is an art medium constructed of a narrow, pigmented core encased in a wooden cylindrical case. Unlike graphite and charcoal pencils, colored pencils’ cores are wax- or oil-based and contain varying proportions of pigments, additives, and binding agents. Water-soluble (watercolor) pencils and pastel pencils are also manufactured as well as colored leads for mechanical pencils [more].

See Also: Amfursands: Fur-Decorated Ampersands by David McLeod.