Matthew Curran's stencil art use seemingly random lines to beautifully describe the forms of his subjects. The magic is that he takes drawings originally executed with ink brushes and somehow manages to transform them into reusable stencils without losing the grace of the drawings.
The British-born graphic designer emigrated to the States as a teenager, when American skateboarding scene turned him on to street art.
In this series of photos, we can see just how fine the lines and shapes Curran cuts out are. And somehow, in the end, the stencils all come together to form an image.