Graphite Drawings of Marissa Textor

California-based artist Marissa Textor has some exceptional pencil drawings of natural objects. They are of such sharp detail that they could pass as monochrome photographs. I’m happy with this find.

Marissa Textor on Ape on the Moon

Marissa Textor on Ape on the Moon

Marissa Textor on Ape on the Moon

Marissa Textor on Ape on the Moon

Marissa Textor on Ape on the Moon

ⓒ Marissa Textor, 2009

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12 Comments

  1. These are incredible. Can you provide more details about the artist?

  2. Yes they are! Incredible what she has done with a pencil. If you click her link above you should find more about her.

    MoonApe

  3. Amazing!!! great the horses and water!!

  4. Absolutely Amazing! Such detail in each picture, I could stare at them for hours.
    Awesome artist.

  5. Totally agree, Debbie! thanks for the comment

  6. Marissa,your work is beautiful! Congratulations!

  7. These beautifully rendered drawings are uncannily articulate and precise. I appreciate the meticulous attention to detail – amazing what she can do with a graphite pencil!

  8. Hi Lauren, totally agree -there is some serious talent in there!

  9. They are so good, they remind me of some osrt of vintage old travel log book or something you could imagine of darwin, almost like a book of discovery, coooool.

  10. Amazing talent on display here, thanks for sharing…

  11. Glad you like it Marc!

  12. So close to the photo, there’s almost no point.

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