Fine Mermaids and Tomboy Girls: Art by Pernille Ørum – Design You Trust

Fine Mermaids and Tomboy Girls: Art by Pernille Ørum

Pernille Ørum is a Danish artist living in Nairobi. Pernille has worked as an animator for Hasbro, Nickledeon, Dreamworks, Disney publishing, and Penguin Goldenbooks, and has worked on character development for the Warner Brother series “DC Super Hero Girls.” In 2019, she debuted as a comic book artist on Mark Miller’s “Hit-Girl” project, with a script written by director Kevin Smith.

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