Corey Brickley with illustrations bearing human philosophy in the midst of a volatile 3-minute decade
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Corey Brickley with illustrations bearing human philosophy in the midst of a volatile 3-minute decade


Corey Brickley has recently attracted attention by releasing a series of impressive illustrations.

His works are quite attractive because it is difficult for viewers to guess the meaning or ideas of the paintings at first sight. They will surely bring you back to the extraordinary thoughts of childhood. His works are imbued with profound human philosophies between the beginning of the decade and many not so good events.

Corey Brickley is an illustrator and freelance designer living is based in Philadelphia, PA, USA. His main work is editorial illustration, publishing and advertising. He has collaborated with famous clients such as The New Yorker, The New York Times, Pacific Standard, The Huffington Post, Vice Magazine, Grid Magazine, Apiary Magazine, WXPN and others.

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Editor: Thao Lee

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