Chris Censullo Wild Animals Rights Art

Artist Chris Censullo Illustrates These Wild Animals Affirming Their Rights

 

Artist Chris Censullo has loved all things creative since he can remember. Growing up enjoying animation, books and comics, Chris began to draw the things he saw and read about. Through the years that followed, Chris developed a passion for creating children's picture books and released his first, 'The Boy with the Big Blue Hair', in 2013. Chris began to work on this project, a series of simple and stylized geometric animal illustrations, after reading about Cecil the Lion! Take a look and see these beautiful creatures standing up for their rights as living things!
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rabbit not charm

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monkey not lab experiment

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