©Thiago Bianchini

Inspired by double exposure photography, Bianchini brought the beauty of the wildlife to his world of illustrations.

Retno Wulandari   04 June 2016 09:57

Brilio.net - Illustrator and graphic designer Thiago Bianchini wants to show people who live in big cities that nature has its own beauty that worthy of their time. He wants to get people inspired by the charm of wildlife and to get them motivated to  protect it, or what’s left of it. Thus, he creates these amazing wildlife illustrations, all formed by thousands of tiny ink dots.

Inspired by double exposure photography, Bianchini brought the beauty of the wildlife to his  world of illustrations. Wildlife creatures surrounded by trees, grass and craggy mountains contrast with the starry sky are made in overly amazing details.

“I usually take four hours to finish one artwork with the stippling technique like this. That's a lot of dots and a lot of patience. The most interesting thing about art is not having limits. You can create something simple or complex, surrealistic,” he wrote on Bored Panda. “It’s a universal communication form.

Nowadays art is one of the most important things in the world because it unites people and makes them think.”

These cool work of arts are the result of his talent, skill, persistence and diligence. Have a look:

1. Bear and foxes under the starry night

 

2. Jumping fox as if trying to catch a hare

 

3. Wild African landscape at dawn

 

4. A hidden animal in the woods

 

5. The runaway rabbit

 

6. Mountainous forest in one starry night

 

7. Otherworldly flying elephant

 

8. The owl and the deer

 

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