- Dunco Arts, @Duncoarts on Twitter, shared an impressive drawing of DJ Khaled with two pictures showing the before and after versions of the portrait
- The piece showed the entertainer's upper body with an eagle resting on his shoulder while holding a golden key in its beak
- The artist revealed the painting was done on paper and urged tweeps to retweet and share it so as to reach his icon
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A Kenyan artist has impressed many on social media with his drawing of renowned DJ and music producer DJ Khaled.
The artist, known as Dunco Arts / @Duncoarts on Twitter, shared an impressive drawing of the US star with two pictures one showing the art partly done and the final work.
The portrait showed the entertainer with an eagle resting on his shoulder while holding a golden key with its beak.
The artist picked the idea from the poster cover of Khaled's recent single featuring Drake dubbed Popstar. Dunco revealed the painting was done on paper and urged tweeps to retweet and share it so as to get the attention of the US star.
"Art of @djkhaled on paper. Help me when you retweet and tag him so that he can see it and I will appreciate. Use hashtag #reachdjkhaled and #duncoarts to reach him," he wrote.
Netizens praised him for his amazing talent, urging him to continue working hard as he was meant for greatness.
In the spirit of support local talent, Briefly.co.za recently shared the story of a 20-year-old charcoal artist, Marie Lisah, who impressed netizens with her amazing charcoal art.
Marie shared a time-lapse video on Twitter while creating an owl art piece that showed her incredible talent and also left many in awe.
She then shared the final piece and many could not believe how amazing it looked, congratulating her for a great job.
Marie spoke in an interview and revealed that she has been in the charcoal artistry business for a year and a half now. The 20-year-old noted the art was therapeutic for her and had helped her get through some tough times.
Marie, who is an Architecture student at JKUAT University, said she would love to open her art gallery in future and display her own work and also that of others.
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