Do you know this man? A portrait drawn by hand with 2.1 million ink dots by Miguel Endara to aid amnesiac Benjaman Kyle

Do you know this man? A portrait drawn by hand with 2.1 million ink dots by Miguel Endara to aid amnesiac Benjaman Kyle

Benjaman Kyle - Wikipedia

Benjaman Kyle - Wikipedia

2.1 Million Dot Portrait Aims to Help Amnesiac Man - My Modern Metropolis

2.1 Million Dot Portrait Aims to Help Amnesiac Man

Benjaman Kyle’s Million Dot Drawing

Benjaman Kyle’s Million Dot Drawing

Benjamin Kyle's pointillism illustrations are extremely detailed and remind us that there are many different illustration techniques that we can translate to the computer.

"Benjaman Kyle" http://www.findingbenjaman.com/  http://vimeo.com/34589969 https://www.facebook.com/findingbenjaman #FindingBenjaman #ManWithNoIdentity

"Benjaman Kyle" http://www.findingbenjaman.com/ http://vimeo.com/34589969 https://www.facebook.com/findingbenjaman #FindingBenjaman #ManWithNoIdentity

Benjaman Kyle This is a fascinating story, I highly recommend you read it.  Praying he finds his identity soon.

Benjaman Kyle This is a fascinating story, I highly recommend you read it. Praying he finds his identity soon.

It's a hand-pixelated portrait (over 2-million individual dots, in total, drawn in the onomatopoetically named style known as stippling) of Benjamen Kyle, the only American citizen to be officially recognized as "missing," despite his whereabouts being known.

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It's a hand-pixelated portrait (over 2-million individual dots, in total, drawn in the onomatopoetically named style known as stippling) of Benjamen Kyle, the only American citizen to be officially recognized as "missing," despite his whereabouts being known.

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