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Marjolein Caljouwon BehanceA Dutch illustrator Marjolein Caljouw...

Marjolein Caljouw

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A Dutch illustrator Marjolein Caljouw loved drawing since I could hold a pencil. He began reading at an early age and was attracted to the books. He wrote his own stories and small illustrated poems and drew in their journals. The drawing for Marjolein is a way to capture moments of life and organize their thoughts.


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