Where Dreams Begin: Fascinating Artworks By Molly Stanard – Design You Trust

Where Dreams Begin: Fascinating Artworks By Molly Stanard

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Molly Stanard is a townie from the Maryland-Delaware border, and Illustrator with a passion for storytelling. Her specialty is in moody, atmospheric narrative pieces drenched in nostalgia, and the documentation of the wacky hijinks of various charming little abominations of nature. She is a graduate of the Maryland Institute College of Art, where she studied Illustration and Filmmaking. Also, you can follow her exploits on Tumblr.

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