A series of portraits based on anonymous on-line confessionals by New York-based illustrator, Justin Gabbard.
why so awesome today?
Sometimes I get the same urges as the dude in the Detroit shirt.
yeah me too. I just try and take it one day at a time. Love the pictures. They all seem so wonderfully serious,
The captions are so spooky! I love them.
eerie! the portrait colors are wonderful, too.
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lil bit lik raymond pettibon. brilliant
These are a riot. You never know what is really going through someone’s mind. Well done.
i love these
i lov it
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I love the captions. i can really relate to them. maybe except the one with the coffee!
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A selection of work by illustrator Laura Liedo. More images below.