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Paula Andrade Draws Women Mysterious And Monstrous [Art]

Argentinian artist Paula Andrade draws solitary girls, witchy women and ladies who are something more than human. But each woman, no matter peculiar, begs us to figure out her story, and sometimes to dream about the face that sits behind the mask.Whether she’s drawing fanart or her own characters, Andrade puts her own romantic touch on each piece, even when there’s plenty of horror creeping in. You can purchase prints of her work through Society6, and you can keep up with her work on deviantART, Blogspot and Tumblr. For those of you who are reading this at work, however, her art does contain occasional nudity.

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