This week’s CMYLK looks at portraits by Russian-born, Tel Aviv-based artist and children’s book illustrator, Jenny Meilihove. Meilihove, who moved to Israel when she was a kid, studied at Bezalel Academy of Arts & Design in Jerusalem, and today, displays her naive, imaginative world, where anything is possible, through her pictures. These portraits—who appear to be of our favorite scarf-maker Yokoo Gibraan—made me smile.
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