Dark Yet Playful Characters by Pippa Toole

Pippa Toole describes herself as an illustrator that loves “skeletons, dogs and leather jackets”, which might play into the lightheartedly dark edge in her characters.

We like the kind of 50s-biker-chic that comes across in her designs.

© Pippa Toole, 2015

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