We Live Again: Anime Art by Felipe Magaña – Design You Trust

We Live Again: Anime Art by Felipe Magaña

Felipe Magaña is a freelance artist from Utrecht, the Netherlands, who draws all sorts of things mostly in anime style. We know very little else about the mysterious Magaña, but that’s okay – you can enjoy looking at his wonderful drawings of the Bloodborne, Naruto, and other universes without any biographical explanations.

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