Kanye West is celebrated for his musical ability, as well as his sense for fashion - but he's also a great artist.
Kanye's portfolio of artwork from when he was 17 has appeared on Antiques Roadshow, with the collection brought in by the husband of Kanye's first cousin.
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On the show, art specialist Laura Wolley spotlighted four different pieces of Kanye's, including graphite, gouache and scratchboard works made by Kanye while he was a sophomore at Polaris Charter Academy in Chicago.
Wolley made an appraisal of the collection, valuing it at $16,000 and $23,000 USD - so any huge Kanye fans can potentially get themselves a unique bit of Kanye memorabilia if you have the cash, and the opportunity ever arises.
Kanye studied at a number of art institutions, including Hyde Park Academy, the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago State University as well as Nanjing University in China. He was also awarded an honorary doctorate from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago back in 2015.
Check out the video below - Kanye really can do it all, can't he?