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Design of the Week | michel_e_b



Following @michel_e_b on Instagram was one of the best decisions I made in 2017. Michele is an artist based in Silicon Valley who frequently uses mirrors in her pictures and videos. The reflected subjects range from plastic butterflies to disjointed parts of her body.

However, the most notorious subject is her cat, Peach. 
Truly the coolest cat ever.
Look at that precious Peach
look at that lil bread head
I wish I was as stylish as this cat

Did I mention she doesn't use photoshop? Unreal. The real gems are the videos of Peach dancing in the mirror. You can see more of Michele and Peach on Instagram: @michel_e_b. You can also purchase Peach pins and stickers as well as prints on her website

Posted by Molly Delaney on 01 August, 2018 0 comments
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