Gentle Ladies by Illustrator Dadachyo – Design You Trust

Gentle Ladies by Illustrator Dadachyo

Dadachyo is an artist from South Korea who paints charming girls in pastel colors. Dadachyo’s graceful princesses and gymnasium girls captivate with their subtle curves, but they also impress with their regal stateliness.

“I’ve Illustrated game characters and novel covers since 2013. My coloring book has been published in Korea, Japan, and China.”

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