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17 things no one probably have told you yet (comics by alex noriega)

17 things no one probably have told you yet (comics by alex noriega)
Posted by rd on Monday, August 15, 2011 · Mozambique based illustrator Alex Noriega loves drawing, reading and drawing even more. Alex was born and raised in Barcelona, went to Llotja, an art and illustration school also in Barcelona. After finishing school, he worked odd jobs and eventually landed a job as an illustrator in a fashion company. Finally, the call to blog got to him. He says, At some point in 2010 I was going through a crisis due to some issues at work, so I decided to start this blog as a way of trying to find what I was doing wrong. More on Alex Noriega’s website. [via thedesigninspiration]

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