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THE PENCIL ILLUSTRATIONS OF JONO DRY

South African artist Jono Dry creates graphite illustrations which could easily be mistaken for photographs. Jono is entirely self taught and his photo-surrealistic works are typically created on a large scale. This artist plays with themes surrounding sacred geometry, the Fibonacci sequence and the meaning of life. 

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xprettylittlemessx:

“I remember bumping across the African plain with him one day in a jeep, feeling sick as the devil. Right on the spot, for the first and only time in our relationship, Frank decided to sing to me. I know people must think that he did that sort of thing all the time, but the man was a professional and the voice was saved for the right occasions. This must’ve been one of them, because he sang to me, oh so beautifully, that lovely song, ‘When You Awake.’ It didn’t stop me from feeling sick, but I’ve always remembered that moment.” 
- Ava Gardner

xprettylittlemessx:

“I remember bumping across the African plain with him one day in a jeep, feeling sick as the devil. Right on the spot, for the first and only time in our relationship, Frank decided to sing to me. I know people must think that he did that sort of thing all the time, but the man was a professional and the voice was saved for the right occasions. This must’ve been one of them, because he sang to me, oh so beautifully, that lovely song, ‘When You Awake.’ It didn’t stop me from feeling sick, but I’ve always remembered that moment.”
- Ava Gardner