Stephan Schmitz Playing with Meaning and Expectation

Stephan Schmitz has way of a playing with your mind. His clever, cure intriguing illustrations are a visual play with meaning and expectation.

He uses these skills to make images that can be fun as well as meaningful and tender.

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© Stephan Schmitz, 2016

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