Illustrator Reveals The Brutally Honest Life Truths – Design You Trust

Illustrator Reveals The Brutally Honest Life Truths

Illustrator and author of “A Sticky Note Guide to Life“, Chaz Huton, perfectly sums up the realities of everyday life, and he does it all on brutally honest sticky notes.

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