Illustrator Rachel Levit On Her Folk Art Inspired Work

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Illustrator Rachel Levit On Her Folk Art Inspired Work

Cool Hunting pay a visit to the talented Rachel Levit, a Brooklyn-based artist raised in Mexico. A graduate of Parsons The New School of Design, her impressive portfolio includes work for the likes of The New York Times, Vice and New York Theater Ballet as well as solo shows and contributions to all manner of zines and projects. In this short film she speaks about the influence of Mexican folk art on her work as well as her obsession with twins and middle-age men in suits, reoccurring themes throughout here work. Press play.

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