Most children find immense joy in drawing. Whether we drew the things we saw around us or things from our imaginations, there was an innocence; an earnestness about our drawings as children that we rarely ever find in adulthood.

Telmo Pieper, – the “Telmo” in street art duo Telmo Miel – has bridged the gap between his childhood drawings and his more recent artwork.

Taking the outlines and the forms from drawings done when he was 4 years old, he recreates them with a new layer of digital paint and a fun take on realism. Check out some of his drawings below and visit his portfolio for more great work from this truly imaginative artist.

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Isaac is the Co-Founder and Chief Editor of Design Instruct. He has experience in various design and art related fields including design, illustration, and photography. He's in charge of making sure that Design Instruct publishes high quality content that professional designers and digital artists demand and expect. Get in touch via email and on Twitter as @designinstruct or @IAMTHEGUBE.