Lots of hidden creative individuals are being exposed all thanks to the power of the new age media. British artist Kelvin Okafor, 30, spends an average of 80 to 100 hours to create a portrait. The artist’s story is almost as sensational as the pictures he has been producing. As a teenager, he was too poor to leave his house to socialize. Instead of drinking and clubbing, Ofakor stayed at home in Tottenham, North London, and seeking solace in drawing. All of these extraordinarily detailed pictures are pencil drawings, created purely by hand — with no digital trickery.
Photo Credit: Kelvin Okafor