Of the many things we could say about American artist Tony Orrico, one has to be that he sure has stamina. Orrico has been dubbed by some “a human spirograph” and uses the span of his arms in bilateral movements to create these incredible drawings, sometimes working continuously for up to four hours. But don’t take our word for it, see him in action for yourself below (don’t worry, they're not four hours long).
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