Posted by marc March 25, 2016
Kerby Rosanes Artist

Talk about inspiration! Kerby Rosanes' work is both cool and well executed. Some of the Filipino's pen and ink illustrations are about transitions: Animals shift from polygons to organic shapes. Other works are about cause and effect, depicting the human impact on wildlife. It's beautiful stuff that covers a pretty sad subject, which is a killer combo for art, if you ask me. You can follow Kerby on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, or visit his website here.

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