25 YEAR OLD ARTIST REINVENTS HIS CHILDHOOD DOODLES!
Telmo Pieper loved to draw lots of pictures when he was young. Pieper often favored realism to imagination in his drawings, so his works generally depicted something existent, though the proportions were certainly off, and the dexterity that comes with age had not yet developed. His drawings were interesting nonetheless, evoking a certain kind of charm that no artist other than a child can quite capture.
According to an interview with Time, Pieper explains that he was "fascinated by how strange and great the line drawings were from when [he] was little.” He explained that his work had a surrealistic feel, while focusing on a realistic subject.