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Drawings by Mister Mourao

Vasco Mourao aka Mister Mourao is an architect from Barcelona, turned into an illustrator with a tendency for obsessive drawing.

Only with a black pen and time, I draw cities and other architectural meandering. Inhabiting a place between fine art and illustration, I work for editorial commissions as well creating exclusive artworks for private clients.

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