The 20-year old artist is selling the drawing prints with all proceeds going to Mac's foundation.
You might’ve seen this on your social timeline this morning, but if not, there’s a DRAWING of Mac Miller circulating online today that has fans in awe of its work. 20-year-old Danielle Franks, aka Moe in the art world, tweeted out her finished drawing of Malcolm Tuesday morning, which several publications have shared, and it’s so realistic it’s hard to imagine it not being photoshopped. However, it's not and Danielle shared the proof along the way.
The drawing, which already has 500K likes & over 100K retweets, was done using a Cintiq 13HD on her iPad TMZ reports. Danielle told TMZ it took her over a month to complete.
The photo she re-drew was originally snapped by Todd Cole for the August issue of The Fader. Moe said one of her followers on Twitter simply asked her to draw it so she did.
In addition to the amazing work, Moe is making the drawing available for purchase, giving all the proceeds to the late rapper's foundation, The Mac Miller Circles Fund. The drawing is going for around $40 bucks.
Moe is no stranger to recreating images though. Both Post Malone & Lil Peep have shared her work of themselves on their social media accounts over the past year, but its this Mac Miller drawing that’s getting her the real attention now.
Check out the crazy realistic-DRAWING (below) and cop your prints of it right here. Included below are some people's reactions to the drawing from Twitter.