Boudicon is a Brooklyn based artist. Collect while you can. Http://Cafepress.com/boudicon

Boudicon is a Brooklyn based artist. Collect while you can. Http://Cafepress.com/boudicon

The colors are nice, the imagery is sick, and it looks really weird.

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