Brooklyn-based illustrator Rebekka Dunlap used texture and colour to bring her work to life

Posted in Art, Illustration
By Sam Bathe on 25 Nov 2014

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After growing up in the Pacific Northwest, freelance illustrator Rebekka Dunlap now lives and works in Brooklyn, her vivid work featuring in publications from The New York Times to Lucky Peach and apps and online content like TinyBop and Frederator Studios. There is a charm and honesty to her illustration style, with Rebekka currently working on a Feminist video game with Nina Freeman and a collection of comics that will be published by Youth In Decline in 2015.

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Check out more of Rebekka’s work on her site: www.rebekkadunlap.com

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