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Wildlife Drawings by Rafael Araujo

Venezuelan landscape painter Rafael Araujo’s fascination with perspective drawing started at a young age as he studied the natural mathematical patterns he observed in leaves from his family orchard. “The seed was sown; from there I discovered the geometric formulas to draw all kinds of shells, spirals and, finally, butterflies,” he says about his left-brain-meets-right-brain Cálculo series. To see more, visit rafael-araujo.com.

  • Drawing by Rafael Araujo

    Doble Hélice Danaus Plexippus

  • Drawing by Rafael Araujo

    Nautilus

  • Drawing by Rafael Araujo

    Caracol

  • Drawing by Rafael Araujo

    Doble Hélice

  • Drawing by Rafael Araujo

    Caracol En Condo De 45

  • Drawing by Rafael Araujo

    Cálculo (Secuencia) #2

  • Drawing by Rafael Araujo

    Doble Hélice Cilíndrica

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