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Cindy de Sousa Draws the Best Friend You Always Wanted

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Children have quite an imagination. When you were young, you probably dreamed of having a cute cuddly best friend. Boy or girl, there is a good chance that you had a stuffed animal at some point in your life. What if those stuffed animals were real, however? In this article, we will take a look at the work of Cindy de Sousa. Cindy's illustrations are filled with bright-eyed, cuddly creatures that most children would love to call their best friend.


Precious Moment


Just Me and My Imaginary Friend


Floating in the Sea


Jungle Nature


Out of the Box


My Ugly Creature


My Little Robot

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