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by Raisa Kiselyova

Belarus Women in White

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Pack of 12 Illustrated Characters for renders, sections and elevations: Women, girls and children in white. 

Illustrations by Raisa Kiselyova

Raisa Kiselyova: Hi, I'm Raya and I'm an architecture student from Belarus.

WE WANT CHANGES!

With this collection of characters I want to show our modern heroes. “Women in white” symbolize the freedom and courage of the Belarusian people who are protesting against current government. Hope you like it guys!

Follow her on Instagram: @raya_as_usual

 File format: PNG (Transparent Background)

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