Artist Cosmo Draws Emotional Acid Portraits in Anime Style – Design You Trust

Artist Cosmo Draws Emotional Acid Portraits in Anime Style

It is not known who Cosmo really is – a girl, a guy, or an alien who came to Earth to draw strange pictures. All we know is that Cosmo is based in Sydney, from where it bombards the world with seemingly simple, but stylish illustrations and comics, similar to colorful bad-rips.

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