Kishi

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Kishi

175.00

In Angolan folklore, the Kishi is a deceptive demon with two faces—one of an attractive man, able to charm and entice young women, and on the other side, the face of a hyena, with long, sharp teeth and powerful jaws that cannot be pried opened once it latches onto a victim.

6” x 6” (15.24cm x 15.24cm) | Original drawing made with Micron pen on 300gsm cold pressed watercolor paper. Inspired by the 30 day art challenge, “Folklore and Fairytales” hosted by Custom, by Sophy.

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