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    • Vered Lupu

      "Lampa" - A Giclée Print by Johan ThöRnqvist #inprnt #print #art #Illustration $20.00

    • Molly Hope

      wedish artist Johan Thörnqvist adds the most detailed city and character illustrations on top of ordinary photographs. The results are incredibly magical and imaginative, leaving me wanting to explore or even visit these miniature worlds . . .

    • Mariana Mendes


    • Maya Dite Shep

      Johan Thornqvist How wonderful are the dreamy illustrations of Swedish illustrator Johan Thörnqvist?! His signature is drawing imaginary cities over real life photography. Such a simple concept, but so well executed here. Love it!

    • Jonathan Tolleneer

      Johan Thornqvist #street art

    • Sofia Hepp

      Illustrations by Johan Thörnqvist mixed media illustration

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