Amazing Scribbled Line Portrait by Ayaka Ito (with Randy Church)

By on July 25, 2012 — Updated on February 24, 2013

It looks creepy but it will surely drag your eyes to take look at over and over when you notice how it is creatively done. It is one of the collections of photography portraying human figure in scribbled lines by Ayaka Ito.

It was distorted and reconstructed in 3D using a Flash drawing tool programmed by Randy Church.

It was once featured in 3D World Magazine and Communication Arts Magazine.

Ayaka Ito is a graphic designer and illustrator who is in love with rich colors and all things handmade. Originally born and raised in Japan and moved to America in 2005 to study at the New Media Imaging & Design program (a mix of Communication Design and Interactive Design) at Rochester Institute of Technology. After graduating in May 2009, he moved to New York City to make rich digital experiences & innovative campaigns at Big Spaceship.

I you would like to see more scribbled line portraits by Ayaka Ito, you can find them HERE. Let me share you one more of his work, courtesy by Trendland.

Randy Church on the other hand is a designer, illustrator, photoshopper, and ocassional coder. In May 2011 he received his BFA in New Media Design/Imaging. His goal is to create work that gives visual meaning to a given concept or theme, and strikes an emotional cord in the audience.

Alberto Seveso, born in Milan on May 30 1976,  has similar style of digital illustration. He also does portraits out of scribbled lines and other illustrative effects.

Seveso approached, for the first time, to the world art at the beginning of 1990s. The passion for graphic arts started in these years because he was really fascinated from the graphic of skate decks and the cover of music CD of metal bands. From this passion he started to think about how reproduce this kind of artwork. Here is an example of his work from his official web page.



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One Comment

  1. RonLeyba

    July 30, 2012 at 9:46 pm

    Awesome artwork. Something new for my eye!. Great share JP!
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