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Drawings by Kerby Rosanes

Philippines-based illustrator Kerby Rosanes works mainly with ink, fine liners and markers to illustrate his “doodle” world. He considers his art as a personal hobby which became his part-time freelance work after being recognized by various design blogs, international magazines, and online art communities. Follow him on his website.

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