As someone who has very little (read: no) artistic ability, I know how frustrating it is to be artistically challenged. My 7-year-old desperately wants to be a decent artist, but unfortunately for him, it seems as though he inherited my abilities. He often gets really frustrated that he can’t translate the vision in his head to the paper in front of him. This has led to many, many frustrating moments for both of us.
Enter Garrett Miller, a Washington, DC based artist who has taken it upon himself to take art submissions from children and give them a sophisticated twist. He asks for a brief description of the drawing, and then gives it a fresh, more grown up perspective.
The results are amazing, and would give any kid a boost of confidence in the drawing department. You can see a few of his creations below, but be sure to check out his blog, Imaginawesome, for more examples, and to learn how to submit your child’s drawing!
Image Credits: All images via Garrett Miller & Imaginawesome
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