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Comic: Elín Elísabet’s World Cup Identity Crisis. HÚ!

Comic: Elín Elísabet’s World Cup Identity Crisis. HÚ!

Published June 26, 2018

Elín Elísabet is an illustrator with an abnormal interest in the mundane. You’ll find her around the streets of Reykjavík, documenting the everyday with her trusty sketchbook and tiny watercolour set. Take a closer look at www.elinelisabet.com.

Pick up a Smite The World T-shirt here and read more about Iceland’s World Cup adventure here.


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