“Future Utopia”: The Supercool and Detailed Illustrations by Ori Toor

Based in Tel Aviv, Israel, Ori Toor is a freestyle illustrator and avid doodler. In his distinctive surreal style, he is obsessively drawing worlds to live and get lost in. There is no sketching or planning. It’s all about improvising.

More: Ori Toor, Instagram, Facebook, Behance h/t: weandthecolor

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