Our friend-crush on illustrator extraordinaire Kyle pellet has been an enduring one and, like all good, potentially unhealthy but nevertheless self-perpetuating friend-crushes it shows no sign of stopping anytime soon.
In fact, if his new work is anything to go by, things are about to get a whole lot more intense over there in his Pellet Factory; between gouache, drawing eyes on inanimate objects, creating tiny, silly characters from shapes and colours and funny blobs, his work is consistently funny without ever becoming trivial. Because everybody needs a little humour, don’t they? And fortunately Kyle really enjoys bringing it.
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