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Zephany, Pilgrimage Collection

~Zephany, Pilgrimage Collection~

Just added this little girl to the print shop... hope you like her! I tried something different from the typical prismacolor/pastel and decided to use a charcoal/India ink combination on parchment paper to nurture the archaic aesthetic. Oh, and of course, she has a uni-brow, which will inevitably reemerge throughout the rest of this particular collection.


Style Porn said…
I love her! Love the unibrow too. I can just see it making a 'return' of sorts in fashion. Hopefully it's not a look that most people would attempt to copy.
Bella Harris said…
Hahaha, could you even imagine!! And thank you sooo much! <3
Alex said…
People need to buy some T-shirts and hoodies with her at Society6! She's awesome!
electric feel said…
love it!
Pippa said…
i really admire you and your work. this is def one of my favorites <3

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