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Citizens of the Rabbit Hole.

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We have a thing for artists who can mesh human form with other animals. Today a majority of human beings are under the assumption that we are nothing like the animals in the forest. Illustrator Denise Nestor, much like Deedee Cheriel, seeks to give us a more grounded perspective.

Untitled. (Courtesy of Denise Nestor.)

“Lepus”. (Courtesy of Denise Nestor.)

Untitled. (Courtesy of Denise Nestor.)

“Even Bears Leave the Forest”. (Courtesy of Denise Nestor.)

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