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These New Pop Culture Prints are Fun and Kitschy

By: Farida Helmy - Published: • References: hellomattstevens & designworklife
This very imaginative and interesting new set of pop culture prints by Matt Stevens takes its viewers into the junk drawer of popular characters we would all be curious to know more about.

Stevens‘s 'Junk Drawer' series is illustrated so beautifully and vibrantly, using a mix of line techniques and a colorful palette to depict what these drawers would be stocked with.

The fun and bold series of pop culture prints depict “fascinating characters from pop culture by showing the random and forgotten items in their personal storage spaces,” says Steven.

North Carolina-based Steven is a well-known designer and illustrator that has done thoughtful and unforgettable work for clients like Dunkin Donuts, ESPN the Magazine, Esquire Magazine, the Designer Fund, Ebony Magazine and Evernote. Stats for Junk Drawer Illustration Prints Trending: This Year & Mild
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