“Laughing Tears, Crying Smile”: The Superb Illustration Art Works Of Julia Zhuravleva – Design You Trust

“Laughing Tears, Crying Smile”: The Superb Illustration Art Works Of Julia Zhuravleva

Julia Zhuravleva is a Moscow-based Russian illustrator and comic book artist. In her works she often turns to the theme of Russian folklore. Sometimes her works are filled with sadness, melancholia and surrealism, but more often they are imbued with light and purity.

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