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Illustrations by Muhammad Nafay

Muhammad Nafay is a freelance digital artist and designer from Karachi,  Pakistan. He currently doing Bachelors in Media Sciences from a private university.  

My paintings or renders are an escape from the world which is full of terror and sad realities. I have a special place for Purple and Blue as it helps me to seek calmness around me. I love working with silhouettes cause sometimes you can show more with fewer details. Most of the paintings are without references as I try to translate my thoughts into art.

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