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Surreal Photography by Kavan the Kid

Kavan Cardoza a.k.a. Kavan the Kid is a Fine Art and self-portrait photographer from LA, California. As a talented photographer and film director, his work is narrative-driven and surreal, blending literature, myth, and dreams into startlingly lucid visions. Follow his work on Instagram or buy prints.

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