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These 3D Illustrations By A 27-Year-Old Have Gone Viral Within The Blink Of An Eye 

Just when we think we have come across the extremity of art and seen enough of the masters, a new one is discovered blowing us away with of his/her flair.A Cambodian artist Visoth Kakvei is an extraordinary graphic designer with talent to fascinate people with the fusion of symbolism and style. You will lack in words while describing his amazing imagination and when it comes to drawings, he himself leaves back his previous artworks. He depicts abstract patterns and spectacular imagery ranging from exotic animals to beautiful nature. He smartly captures zoomed in pictures of his delicate line-drawing process which keeps us spellbound for even next few moments.May it be in black & white or coloured, his maze-like illustrations have the power of stirring our imagination. His pieces are a must see, therefore we present some of the masterpieces by this 27-year-old incredible artist.Be prepared to be enthralled!

The pieces take 3-6 hours to finish.

Visoth Kakvei has shocked and impressed many with his style of drawing. As soon as his sketches surfaced on Instagram, his fans not just appreciated his present work but requested for more.The artist usually draws these sketches freehand which take 3-6 hours to complete. However, sometimes the designer himself feels unsatisfied and hence develop them into intricate maze-like drawings to make them more stunning.

Comprehensively, Kakvei digitally enhances them.

And makes his doodles appear as if they're popping out of the pages (surface).

Making the drawings all the way appear like 3D images.

Mostly his designs are inspired by nature.

Art is where work meets love!

He dreams his painting and then paints his dream.

Kakvei captions on Instagram:

"When every page of my sketchbook is full of nature, I'd always want to get lost in it. Would you?"

His posts reach 'likes' in the tens of thousands.

He has garnered 824,000 followers.

This is so complicated yet attractive.

Yes sir, your finger was a missing element and you've found a way to adjust it as well.