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Cool girls and cuties: illustrations by Natali Koromoto

Illustration by Natali Koromoto, via Badass Lady Creatives

Bambi eyes, anthropomorphized animals, and heavy noodle-hair: these are hallmarks of Natali Koromoto Martinez‘s illustrations. Born and raised in Venezuela, this now-New Yorker has produced quite a bit of breadth of stuff: illustration, character design, storyboarding, set design, and products.

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Illustration by Natali Koromoto, via Badass Lady Creatives

Going to pull a Tumblr thing and say GPOY GPOY GPOY

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Fan art plays a significant role in Natali’s work; you can find pins, stickers, t-shirts, and prints with cult classics in her shop (Storenvy / Society6).

Illustration by Natali Koromoto, via Badass Lady Creatives Illustration by Natali Koromoto, via Badass Lady Creatives Illustration by Natali Koromoto, via Badass Lady Creatives Illustration by Natali Koromoto, via Badass Lady Creatives Illustration by Natali Koromoto, via Badass Lady Creatives

And I would be failing you all if I didn’t mention Natali’s food brooches:

Brooches by Natali Koromoto, via Badass Lady Creatives Brooches by Natali Koromoto, via Badass Lady Creatives

Much of the work shown can be found in Natali’s shop. Check out more of her professional and person work on her website, or follow her on Tumblr.

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