“Chromatic Horizon”: The Superb Neon-Noire Art By Tony Skeor – Design You Trust

“Chromatic Horizon”: The Superb Neon-Noire Art By Tony Skeor

Tony (Anton) Skeor is a Ukrainian illustrator, currently resides in Kiev. His artworks are stylistically related to retrowave and neon-noir, genres that are often very close to cyberpunk. He is currently working on ‘My Eyes On You’ videogame project at Storymind Entertainment as art director.

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