Cem Çevikayak’s Cartoons Of A Yellow Pencil And Pop Culture – Design You Trust

Cem Çevikayak’s Cartoons Of A Yellow Pencil And Pop Culture

According to an artist: “Hello, I’m Cem Çevikayak. I have been drawing cartoons since 2008. I participated in various national and international cartoon competitions. I have exhibited these cartoons I drew in various publications. Afterward, I started to share my cartoons on my Instagram blog called “Kartun Çizim” as of 2018. I prepared the cartoons I shared here in a yellow frame and yellow tones and integrated them. In my cartoons, I generally handle modern daily life in a minimalist linear style. Here, I present a collage of these cartoons I have drawn over the years. I hope you enjoy it!”

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