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“Year in Japan” by Erin Nicholls

Erin Nicholls is a young Australian painter and illustrator. In 2016 she completed a Bachelor of Arts Degree with Griffith University, majoring in Art History.

The beautifully detailed illustrative work by Erin Nicholls shows us urban scenes that have been influenced by her travels. She uses a restricted and controlled color palette that is well balanced along with her realistic illustrations. Regularly involving a lonely figure with their back to the viewer reminding us of a stunning Studio Ghibli film still.

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