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    Can you post what the image looked like without the filters? – Catija Oct 5 '17 at 3:03
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Wouldn't say this is really a specific art type but "Naïve figurative marker drawing" or "cartoon style marker art" come to mind.

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Using the glossary of art movements, schools, and styles compiled by Joelle Steele (http://www.joellesteele.com/artmovements.html), perhaps the best fit would be folk art, or "naïve art" or "outsider art."

Folk Art. Art created by people who lack formal training, but follow an established tradition of craftsmanship and style, often regional in character. The art is generally imaginative and simplistic, lacking in proper perspective, and portrayed with bold or non-natural colors. Also called "naïve art" and "outsider art." Artists of this genre include Grandma Moses, Cook, Henri Rousseau, and Hirschfield.

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    But that's taken from a 'Glossary of Art Movements, Schools, and Styles', that is to say, from a list of terms having to do with art historical periods, not illustration. 'Folk art' is a very general term, since it includes not only naive art, but any (often decorative) artifact tied to a specific culture made according to a certain tradition. 'Outsider art' is altogether different, as the 'outsider' refers to any individual not (considered) part of mainstream culture (like mentally ill individuals). – Joachim Jul 24 at 9:36

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