This weekend, folks waiting in line at J.J's Snowcones in Bryan got an extra treat in the form of a unique piece of art.
This drawing was painstakingly chalked out over the course of 10 hours by artist Mike Pinney in an effort to promote the B-CS Art Camp.
The art is intentionally skewed so from a specific angle, it creates the illusion of 3 dimensions.
Mike says that he hopes it will inspire creativity and enthusiasm in young artists.
The art camp will take place in June and July.
More information is available at BCSArtCamp.com.
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