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Audrey Hepburn by Daniella Sansum

On April 9, 2014


Daniella Sansum is an artist based in South West England. She graduated from Plymouth University with a degree in Fine Art, where she specialised in Oil Painting Practice.

Since leaving university Daniella has been keen to try her hand at drawing and illustration, using popular culture and wildlife as her inspiration.

Her Audrey Hepburn drawing based on the iconic imagery from Breakfast At Tiffany’s aimed to encapsulate décor and patterning infamous of the swinging sixties alongside a timeless yet contemporary illustrative style.

You can view Daniella's work here. For updates on her work in progress you can follow her on Instagram @dsansumart.

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