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If the Audrey Hepburn artwork on this week's Style List (pictured above) caught your eye, then check out the video below, which reveals exactly how the piece wes created. You’ve definitely got to see it to believe it, as artist James Mylne creates his amazing pieces of art entirely with biro pens.

The London-based artist has already made a name for himself in the art world with his wonderful ballpoint creations of photo, realistic and abstract art. James says of his work; “I use ballpoints, not only for the precission and distinct contrast it’s capable of, but as you can’t make a mistake – it forces a certain focus of mind that feels like meditation…”

We’re huge fans, as we're sure you will be once you watch the video below.

jamesmylne.co.uk

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