That's actually not a photo of Amy Winehouse.
"Of course it is," we hear you scoff.
"No it isn't," we retort smugly, and for once we are right.
It's actually a drawing, and a pretty darn amazing one at that.
The artist responsible is 27-year-old Kelvin Okafor, whose 'photo-realistic' pencil drawings have been steadily gathering critical acclaim since he graduated from Middlesex University in 2009.
Here's another example of his work - a portrait of
Each amazingly realistic drawing takes around 80-100 hours to complete.
He's already been the recipient of multiple awards, but thanks to a recent high-profile BBC appearance and an exhibition currently running in London, Kelvin's reputation is only on the rise.
In fact, the Nigerian-born artist, who still lives with his parents in Tottenham, is a little overwhelmed by all the attention now coming his way:
God bless you all. I can't express how humbled and honoured I am right now. Thank you so so much for this incredible ray of love and support— Kelvin Okafor (@KOkaforart) January 29, 2013
We think it's very much deserved.