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The Art of  Raf Banzuela

Raf Banzuela is an illustrator and graphic designer from Philippines. His work explores the world of the surreal and the fantastic in a detailed decorative tone, ironically he is drawn to minimal and intelligent designs. Raf enjoys working in the traditional medium, mainly graphite and pen and ink. A medium he has used for a variety of projects in advertising, publication and fine arts as well. Follow him on Instagram


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