“Dreaming A Dream”: The Surreal Digital Compositions Of A 19-Year-Old Creative – Design You Trust

“Dreaming A Dream”: The Surreal Digital Compositions Of A 19-Year-Old Creative

Only 19-year-old, the young artist Ronald Ong unveils a magical and enchanting world through colorful compositions. Based in Malaysia, this creative offers us a poetic vision thanks to beautiful digital collages.

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