Expressive Marks in Thoughtful Editorial Illustrations by Thomas Pitilli

Thomas Pitilli is excellent at infusing his work with emotion. His clever editorial illustrations always have a playful wit and style about them. But wrapped up within that are expressive, treatment inky marks that add an extra layer of feeling to them.

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© Thomas Pitilli, 2016

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