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Hello! I'm a professional animator and illustrator currently living in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
I joined dA a LONG time ago but I'm trying to get back on my feet here because I really miss the community! I'm really looking forward to knowing you all better and to be inspired by your beautiful artwork!
Art Trades: OPEN (3 SLOTS)
Commissions: OPEN (5 SLOTS)
Requests: CLOSED (1 SLOT)
If you'd like to help me out and connect in other ways, please check out my website or my tumblr!
Facebook Page~ facebook.com/malloritayloranimation
Personal Tumblr~ malaphant.tumblr.com
Art Tumblr~ malloritaylor.tumblr.com
Official Website~ www.malloritaylor.com
Thank you for visiting my page!
Personal Quote: "Art will remain the most astonishing activity of mankind born out of struggle between wisdom and madness, between dream and reality in our mind"
Needless to say the last few days have been an emotional struggle, but at the same time, I was lucky enough to witness the largest protest in US history last Saturday. I spent the weekend engulfed by the art, music, and community of the women around me, and I cried with happiness at seeing the photos of the crowds of Women's Marchers throughout the world. This protest was a massive show of solidarity among women and their allies, and I feel unbelievably lucky to have experienced such a moment in my lifetime.
In trying times, I always come back to Maya Angelou. She has been an icon for strength and grace and her words have a remarkable power. Her poem, "Phenomenal Woman" (which you can read at the link below!) has lifted me out of some dark places, and this weekend I was reminded to revisit it. Together, women of all backgrounds forced the world to listen. I think that's pretty amazing.
Keep fighting the good fight, everyone. We are all created equal.
"Phenomenal Woman" By Maya Angelou ~ famouspoetsandpoems.com/poets/…
Find out more about Women's March here~ www.womensmarch.com