Artist Illustrates What It’s Like To Live With An IT Guy And Their Dog In Wholesome Comics
Meet a 30-year-old Chinese comic illustrator Bonnie Pang, the person behind the popular webcomic series called the “ITguyARTgirl.”
Some might recognize the illustrator already as she is represented by the Astound agency. However, one should not forget, that Bonnie is a creative genius that loves to make illustrations that include surprising, funny, and relatable everyday situations featuring her husband and their dog Milky. All of this, especially added to Pang’s creative visual style, makes for a brilliant combination that can put a smile on one’s face almost instantly.
More: Bonnie Pang, Instagram, Facebook h/t: boredpanda
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