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His project is to draw absolutely everything that is found in the shed of his deceased grandfather.

You probably have to be a little crazy to start a business like this, but Lee john phillips decided to draw absolutely everything that ends up in the shed of his grandfather who died about 20 years ago. Since his death, the artist's grandmother has kept her late husband's shed as it was at the time. Lee John Phillips has so far drawn about 5% of everything in his grandpa's shed and estimates he will be done the ambitious job in 4 or 5 years. It all sounds a little weird I admit, but his designs are particularly beautiful and strangely striking! You can follow him on Instagram.

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