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Warm Graham Crackers.

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Fall isn’t coming for another two weeks but we can already feel the crisp air creeping and we can already see the first leaves beginning to turn. The anticipation of Fall has us swooning and so does the work of Graham Franciose. The red bearded illustrator creates wonderful pieces that embody a warm, almost melancholic, sincerity.

“The Search”. (Courtesy of Graham Franciose.)

“Bloom”. (Courtesy of Graham Franciose.)

“Best Friends”. (Courtesy of Graham Franciose.)

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