This Illustrator Only Needs One Line To Draw His Highly Detailed Works Of Art

Can you tell where it starts and ends?

In our busy and often chaotic lives, it's difficult to find the time to stop and smell the roses. But one artist has seemingly made sense of the madness with just a single stroke of his pen. 

Will Scobie has found a way to create stunning illustrations by drawing one continuous line without ever lifting his pen.

"My approach to illustration plays with the idea of the continuous line, whilst maintaining a graphic simplicity and communicating an idea through a playful and optimistic perspective," he said on his website.  



Scobie, who hails from Brighton — an English seaside resort town about an hour south of London — is an established artist, working with clients such as IBM and TED Talks. He's been featured in various publications and has exhibited in London, Barcelona, and Berlin, according to his Facebook page. 

The complex simplicity of Scobie's art is evident in his social media posts, which are mostly of his art and recent sketches. 

Like his art, Scobie's Twitter description gets straight to the point, "Black coffee, drawing and new perspectives.

Check out more of Scobie's one-stroke art:

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A Plus reached out to Scobie for comment.

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