Canadian Artist Turns Popular Brands Into Stylish Anime Characters
Canadian artist Sillvi (previously) of Sillvi studios has built quite the artistic reputation for turning popular brands–whether they be fast food, social media, or soda–into impressive anime character illustrations.
What sets Sillvi’s illustrations apart from other anthropomorphic artwork is an apparent investment in distinguishing each character based off their respective brand’s logo, and personality traits based off the product’s taste or image association (One Piece fans will also notice some certain aesthetic homages).
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