Drawings by Natalya Lobanova. Big high-five to Georgia for ID’ing Natalya’s work on the Booooooom Tumblr. Love the moths one!
Nice drawings and some nice questions to the world and society! the things that are told are highly debatable with alot of possible viewingpoints, which makes it a hard matter. While the drawings, on the other hand, make the whole piece seem very light and it calms the subjects down a little. iLike!
Like the aesthetics. And I’ve always been interested by text with drawings.
Fantastic and effective messages in their simplicity.
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All the drawings are great, I really like the last one. Great work!
It is so interesting when an artist reveals some small, simple details of ordinary life that when you look at them see how deep, different those are.
Awesome! And moths actually only seem to be attracted to bright lights but what they’re actually doing is trying to get in behind the light which is naturally the darkest spot they can find.
so happy for natalya for getting the recognition she deserves. <3 she's a really great artist as well.
two words. awe-some!!!
haha love the flower brush! clever!
ahaha, these are great, as a girl, I obviously really love and appreciate the first!
That’s not beauty, that’s grooming.
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