Illustrations by Denise Nestor.
The first one looks like miranda july!
i thought so too!
ugh, it is her, http://bombsite.com/images/attachments/0000/6403/july01_body.jpg ughhhh
and fourth like Vincent Gallo
so simple and yet so bizarre…! i love it
I always love delicate pencil drawings, and these are amazing!
i really enjoy the last one
my mind exploded when i saw the third one.
love love love
the fourth one IS vincent gallo! http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_apdQDxtR3B4/STcIm3nBjrI/AAAAAAAAAYI/HDAeLp_jGsk/s400/vincent-gallo.jpg
love the last two part
LOVE! Except well I hate to say it, but the first, I kind of…am not a fan of Miranda July. BUT! holy moly to the bunny mask and the second and third!
yay, denise! her work is awesome and she is so humble and nice. much deserved attention!
attentive pencil portraits + coloured shapes + patterns
Last two are Freha Beja?
really looks like Freja
Such a beautiful fragile line! Love it. <3
Loved the works, it’s clean and works very well the simplicity of the graphite with some colour . My personal favourite it’s the forth drawing. Good work
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