Beauty and Danger: Navigavi Anime Art – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Beauty and Danger: Navigavi Anime Art

Navigavi draws great pictures of anime girls and boys with varying degrees of militancy and beauty. He draws them both to order and for the soul, and that’s all we know about Navigavi. But even without more information, the pictures look great.

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