In The Middle Of Nowhere: Superb Illustrations By LuLu-tyan – Design You Trust

In The Middle Of Nowhere: Superb Illustrations By LuLu-tyan

Ksyu Eroshchenko aka LuLu-tyan was born in Omsk, Russia. She graduated from Omsk State University and works in IT at Kaspersky Lab in Moscow. Drawing is her hobby, but I see great potential in it – her illustrations are girlishly naive and dreamy, but stylish and expressive.

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