Russian Artist Creates Superb Minimalist, Colorful And Dreamlike Digital Collages – Design You Trust

Russian Artist Creates Superb Minimalist, Colorful And Dreamlike Digital Collages

Artem Pozdniakov a.k.a. 360brain is a multi-talented 26-year-old art director, web designer and digital artist who was born in Severomorsk (closed town located behind the Arctic circle) and currently lives and works in Moscow, Russia. Artem combines few photographs or objects, he creates stunning minimalist and colorful collages.

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