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Who You Gonna Call? by Meagan Hyland / Tumblr / Store
That’s a Big Twinkie by Ian Glaubinger / Blog / Store

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Who You Gonna Call? by Meagan Hyland / Tumblr / Store
That’s a Big Twinkie by Ian Glaubinger / Blog / Store

Part of the travelling art show, ‘Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary’, opening April 19th and ending at SDCC in conjunction with Gallery1988 / Tumblr.

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Who You Gonna Call? by Meagan Hyland / Tumblr / Store

That’s a Big Twinkie by Ian Glaubinger / Blog / Store
Part of the travelling art show, ‘Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary’, opening April 19th and ending at SDCC in conjunction with Gallery1988 / Tumblr.
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Victoria Siemer also know as Witchoria, is a avant-garde designer hailing from Brooklyn, New York.  Combining portraits or landcapes with geometric shapes, she creates a new kind of pictorial space. 
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Victoria Siemer also know as Witchoria, is a avant-garde designer hailing from Brooklyn, New York.  Combining portraits or landcapes with geometric shapes, she creates a new kind of pictorial space. 
Facebook I Behance I Twitter
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Victoria Siemer also know as Witchoria, is a avant-garde designer hailing from Brooklyn, New York.  Combining portraits or landcapes with geometric shapes, she creates a new kind of pictorial space. 
Facebook I Behance I Twitter
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Victoria Siemer also know as Witchoria, is a avant-garde designer hailing from Brooklyn, New York.  Combining portraits or landcapes with geometric shapes, she creates a new kind of pictorial space. 
Facebook I Behance I Twitter
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Victoria Siemer also know as Witchoria, is a avant-garde designer hailing from Brooklyn, New York.  Combining portraits or landcapes with geometric shapes, she creates a new kind of pictorial space. 
Facebook I Behance I Twitter
cross-connect:

Victoria Siemer also know as Witchoria, is a avant-garde designer hailing from Brooklyn, New York.  Combining portraits or landcapes with geometric shapes, she creates a new kind of pictorial space. 
Facebook I Behance I Twitter
cross-connect:

Victoria Siemer also know as Witchoria, is a avant-garde designer hailing from Brooklyn, New York.  Combining portraits or landcapes with geometric shapes, she creates a new kind of pictorial space. 
Facebook I Behance I Twitter
cross-connect:

Victoria Siemer also know as Witchoria, is a avant-garde designer hailing from Brooklyn, New York.  Combining portraits or landcapes with geometric shapes, she creates a new kind of pictorial space. 
Facebook I Behance I Twitter

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Victoria Siemer also know as Witchoria, is a avant-garde designer hailing from Brooklyn, New York.  Combining portraits or landcapes with geometric shapes, she creates a new kind of pictorial space. 

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Iconic Illustrations by Craig Drake / Facebook
24” X 36” limited edition screen prints on paper, wood and metal variants. Available HERE
Part of the Craig Drake Solo Show, now open at Hero Complex Gallery / Facebook. xombiedirge:

Iconic Illustrations by Craig Drake / Facebook
24” X 36” limited edition screen prints on paper, wood and metal variants. Available HERE
Part of the Craig Drake Solo Show, now open at Hero Complex Gallery / Facebook. xombiedirge:

Iconic Illustrations by Craig Drake / Facebook
24” X 36” limited edition screen prints on paper, wood and metal variants. Available HERE
Part of the Craig Drake Solo Show, now open at Hero Complex Gallery / Facebook. xombiedirge:

Iconic Illustrations by Craig Drake / Facebook
24” X 36” limited edition screen prints on paper, wood and metal variants. Available HERE
Part of the Craig Drake Solo Show, now open at Hero Complex Gallery / Facebook. xombiedirge:

Iconic Illustrations by Craig Drake / Facebook
24” X 36” limited edition screen prints on paper, wood and metal variants. Available HERE
Part of the Craig Drake Solo Show, now open at Hero Complex Gallery / Facebook. xombiedirge:

Iconic Illustrations by Craig Drake / Facebook
24” X 36” limited edition screen prints on paper, wood and metal variants. Available HERE
Part of the Craig Drake Solo Show, now open at Hero Complex Gallery / Facebook. xombiedirge:

Iconic Illustrations by Craig Drake / Facebook
24” X 36” limited edition screen prints on paper, wood and metal variants. Available HERE
Part of the Craig Drake Solo Show, now open at Hero Complex Gallery / Facebook. xombiedirge:

Iconic Illustrations by Craig Drake / Facebook
24” X 36” limited edition screen prints on paper, wood and metal variants. Available HERE
Part of the Craig Drake Solo Show, now open at Hero Complex Gallery / Facebook. xombiedirge:

Iconic Illustrations by Craig Drake / Facebook
24” X 36” limited edition screen prints on paper, wood and metal variants. Available HERE
Part of the Craig Drake Solo Show, now open at Hero Complex Gallery / Facebook. xombiedirge:

Iconic Illustrations by Craig Drake / Facebook
24” X 36” limited edition screen prints on paper, wood and metal variants. Available HERE
Part of the Craig Drake Solo Show, now open at Hero Complex Gallery / Facebook.

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Iconic Illustrations by Craig Drake / Facebook

24” X 36” limited edition screen prints on paper, wood and metal variants. Available HERE

Part of the Craig Drake Solo Show, now open at Hero Complex Gallery / Facebook.

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Because I HAVE seen animation at work and know that SO much more goes into one second of frame than one may realize; Badassery

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