ARTS & CULTURE
07/28/2013 09:22 am ET

Vince Low Pays Homage To Famous Dyslexics With Realistic Scribble Sketches (PHOTOS)

Vince Low

Artist and illustrator Vince Low miraculously turns chaotic scribbles into convincing celebrity portraits.

Titled "Faces," the project began as an awareness campaign for the Dyslexia Association of Malaysia. The first round of scribbles included three portraits of iconic minds who happened to be dyslexic: Pablo Picasso, Albert Einstein and John Lennon. Because Low himself is dyslexic, he became personally invested in the project and continued his doodles past the original project.

john lennon

"We used well-known celebrities who were dyslexics to illustrate that dyslexia is not a curse, but a gift," Low said in an interview with the Daily Mail.

pablo picasso

See some of Low's scribbled celebrity sketches in the gallery below. (Just a warning, there are some non-dyslexic subjects in there as well.)

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Vince Low Pays Homage To Famous Dyslexics With Realistic Scribble Sketches
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Vince Low Pays Homage To Famous Dyslexics With Realistic Scribble Sketches

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