Cute Naughty Girls by Philip Bawasanta – Design You Trust

Cute Naughty Girls by Philip Bawasanta

Philip Bawasanta is a Filipino artist who draws charming girls. We don’t know what he does besides that, but the girls turn out just right – light, cheerful, and impossibly seductive.

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