29.07.11 by Jeff

Marco Mazzoni

Incredible pencil crayon drawings by Marco Mazzoni.

Coloured pencil crayon drawings by artist Marco Mazzoni

Coloured pencil crayon drawings by artist Marco Mazzoni

Coloured pencil crayon drawings by artist Marco Mazzoni

Coloured pencil crayon drawings by artist Marco Mazzoni

Coloured pencil crayon drawings by artist Marco Mazzoni

Coloured pencil crayon drawings by artist Marco Mazzoni

Coloured pencil crayon drawings by artist Marco Mazzoni

Coloured pencil crayon drawings by artist Marco Mazzoni

Coloured pencil crayon drawings by artist Marco Mazzoni

Coloured pencil crayon drawings by artist Marco Mazzoni

Coloured pencil crayon drawings by artist Marco Mazzoni

Coloured pencil crayon drawings by artist Marco Mazzoni

Coloured pencil crayon drawings by artist Marco Mazzoni

Coloured pencil crayon drawings by artist Marco Mazzoni

Coloured pencil crayon drawings by artist Marco Mazzoni

Coloured pencil crayon drawings by artist Marco Mazzoni

Coloured pencil crayon drawings by artist Marco Mazzoni













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  • These are incredible! For some reason they remind me of the novel “Perfume”

  • love these… so beautiful!

  • Nambo

    WOAH, THESE ARE COMPLETELY FANTASTIC!!!!

  • !!!! wow I really like the way some of the heads look like their pushing through the surrounding nature!!

  • Unbelievable! And so gorgeous

  • Parker

    All I have to say is KJHalsgAKDGUDGUWDYGdgkajhgdFhjgfJHFcjhgfHGfjhGFJHGfhGFHgf.

  • Wow… Just wow.

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  • These are AMAZING

  • stephen

    These drawings make me feel envious of the talent of another artist for the first time in a while.

    Haunting, beautiful, disturbed, fetishistic.

    Why does he erase the eyes of these women?

    • Miss Sophie80

      The works are a tribute to natural beauty as well as an exploration of
      identity. The exclusion of eyes replaced with whiteness hints at inner
      divinity, placing emphasis on flora and fauna. 

  • just beautiful. Incredible work indeed!

  • wow, this work really impressed me!

  • These are wonderful! They are fantastic.

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  • Sarah

    In love with these

  • Becca

    I can’t express how much I love these, just OMG asdfkkgfk;g
    i’m sorry

  • Paintings are mix sense of surreal, real and aromatic. Great work.

  • AMAZING!!!

  • Jako

    amazing awesome good work men !!!i like it nice colours and interesting atmosfery

  • tristan

    seeing the light

  • Afountou

    I haven’t seen anything this inspiring in a long time.

  • Khan

    No words.. Only ‘exquisite’.





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