Amazing Snapchat Art by Dasha Battelle – Design You Trust

Amazing Snapchat Art by Dasha Battelle

As a kid, Dasha Battelle was so fascinated by comics, she used to copy them out of the newspaper and The New Yorker. So when the 24-year-0ld New Yorker began her job as a paralegal, she realized she needed an outlet for her creativity. That’s when she discovered Snapchat.

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