More lunchboxbrain

andrew gregory lunchboxbrain rock onA handful of designs by local illustrator Andrew Gregory -- AKA lunchboxbrain -- are now available in an online store at Society6. Among the designs in the one used for a GAP t-shirt last year. Also on Society6: Troy-based illustrator and author Jess Fink.

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