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The Art of Marija TiurinaMarija Tiurina is a 24-years-old...

The Art of Marija Tiurina

Marija Tiurina is a 24-years-old London-based illustrator & concept artist. Her intricate designs have gained a huge fan base.

I consider myself an artist/illustrator, but the creative field I work in involves a lot more things, and I keep adding to the list! These can include concepts, storyboards, character design, book/ad illustration and personal work (which I’m trying to spend more time onto).

Follow her work on Instagram and Behance.

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