The work of Jason Sho Green is incredibly intricate. He doodles drawings within drawings, eventually creating one big portrait reminiscent of the discarded object portrait collages popping up all over the Internet.
Created using only a ball-point pen, Jason Sho Green's stunning portraits are actually more like modern-day mosaics than collages. What first appears to be simple shadows creating dimension in the face are actually images of people, creatures, animals and more. It is these little, hidden surprises that make Jason Sho Green's work so enjoyable.
Although Jason Sho Green studied Electrical Engineering at the University of Washington, he has since pursued art. His artwork has been exhibited in LA, NYC, Philadelphia, Indianapolis and Seattle.
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