Stunning pencil sketch of model Winnie Harlow wins over the internet

Stunning pencil sketch of model Winnie Harlow wins over the internet

- London based pencil artist, Kelvin Okafor, wowed the internet with a stunning portrait

- Okafor showed off a pencil sketch he had done of model Winnie Harlow

- The talented artist then had the opportunity to give the work of art to his muse

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A London-based pencil artist, Kelvin Okafor, stunned social media with his talent. He shared a pencil drawing he had done of model Winnie Harlow.

The 25-year-old model and motivational speaker has vitiligo - a condition that causes the loss of skin colour in certain areas.

However, Harlow did not let her skin condition stand in the way of greatness and she became one of the world's most well-known models.

The Canadian model uses her condition and celeb status to inspire other people living with vitiligo.

Okafor decided to make Harlow his muse and he drew a breath-taking portrait of the model, capturing her stunning beauty in the detail of his work.

Take a look at his posts below:

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Okafor shared a photo of himself with Harlow when he had the opportunity to give her the portrait.

He captioned the post:

"It brings the artist no greater joy than to make a creation of his/her muse and to have them see themselves through the medium the artist captured them in."

In another video of his meeting with Harlow, Okafor explained it was a moment he'll cherish forever.

"She is even more stunning in real life and her spirit radiates abundantly," he wrote.

Previously, Briefly.co.za reported on another artist who stunned Mzansi with a drawing of late former President Nelson Mandela.

South Africans celebrated the anniversary of Nelson Mandela's release on 11 February and one lady remembered the first democratic president with a stunning drawing.

Nadia Benade took to the #ImStaying Movement Facebook page on Tuesday to share a throwback photo of a pencil drawing she completed in 2011 to honour 30 years since Mandela's releas

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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