Still Crying: Tiny Drawings By Sara Hagale – Design You Trust

Still Crying: Tiny Drawings By Sara Hagale

In hard times, everything becomes small – space, time, human life. Sara Hagale’s drawings do a good job of conveying this feeling, but they also give us a sense of some hope. Even if ghostly, but still.

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