The Kids Are Not Alright: Hollow Children By Björn Griesbach – Design You Trust

The Kids Are Not Alright: Hollow Children By Björn Griesbach

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German illustrator Björn Griesbach knows how to give you haunting dreams. One of his more recent series, “Hollow Children,” features grinning children with dark smudged faces that, to be honest, are pretty terrifying. Griesbach primarily works on commissioned illustration projects for novels and other literature but also finds time for personal projects when he can.

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