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Illustrations by Elena Garnu

Elena Garnu is a freelance Illustrator & Designer, based in Spain.

I studied in Valencia, Albacete, and Murcia and now I am working at a well- known clothing store. I am an artist of little things. I every day explore new ways to draw. I try to beat myself, and that I am doing right now.

Visit her shop here.


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