Anneli Olander Explores Dark Femininity in Her Gothic Lolita Art

By: Gil Haddi - Published: Mar 4, 2013 • References: anneliolander & cuded
When the Harajuku girl meets her emo counterpart, the eccentric combination that arises gives you the dark and dreamy vixens in the Gothic Lolita art created by illustrator Anneli Olander.

These gorgeous girls are spunky and are not afraid to express their flair for the dramatic with their periodic gowns and outrageous hairdos, sporting creepy furry creatures as their companions. Going even deeper into the emo side of things, the artist portrays the girls practicing occult arts, reading from spell-books with pentagram and Illuminati imagery present throughout the paintings. Some of the maidens have even transformed into an animalistic amalgamation of themselves.

Delve into a mysterious world of young beauties practicing the dark arts as you browse the Gothic Lolita art created by Anneli Olander. Stats for Dark Harajuku Girl Graphics Trending: Older & Mild
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