This Russian Guy Creates Dark Surrealist Art And It Will Give You Nightmares – Design You Trust

This Russian Guy Creates Dark Surrealist Art And It Will Give You Nightmares

Andrey Tyurin is a Russian artist who has an unparalleled talent combining two of his passions, photography and photoshop, to create fantastic and surreal arts. Not to mention that he is a young man of just 18 years! This young Russian, known for his “darkflawless” Instagram profile, seems to have a promising way to success ahead.

More info: Instagram, Youtube (h/t: boredpanda)

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