Artist Created These Illustrations To Show How An Avid Indoorsman Sees The Great Outdoors – Design You Trust

Artist Created These Illustrations To Show How An Avid Indoorsman Sees The Great Outdoors

According to illustrator David Olenick: “This is what happens when a client requests “outdoorsy” graphics from someone who spends sufficient time indoors to have developed a diagnosed Vitamin D deficiency.”

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