The Explosive And Twisted Illustrations By Mike Hughes – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

The Explosive And Twisted Illustrations By Mike Hughes

A selection of colorful and explosive illustrations by Mike Hughes, a Scottish artist based in Edinburgh who has collaborated with many famous brands, revealing here a trashy and twisted universe that mixes junk food, skateboarding and pop culture.

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