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Asian Influenced Illustrations from Kalani Lindsey From Sofia,...

















Asian Influenced Illustrations from Kalani Lindsey

From Sofia, Bulgaria Kalani Lindsey has been living & working in Atlanta, Georgia. After graduating from high-school he went on to refine & advance his skills at the Art Institute of Atlanta. To supply the fuel for his dream, he served his country for eight years including one deployment. After finishing his military service, Kalani continues to grow as a creative.

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