Digital Circlism of Benjamin Heine

Insane technique developed by Brussels based illustrator and painter is a mixture of Pop Art and Pointillism.

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  1. Jason Stanley 15th April 2011 at 09:33

    Truly amazing work and I bet there’s a great sense of satisfaction once completed!

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blog / Digital Circlism of Benjamin Heine

Based on thousands of small circles with different colours, the process takes from 100 to 180 hours per single image.

More info on the technique here and more Ben’s work on his site.