The Poetic And Haunting Illustrations Of Aykut Aydogdu – Design You Trust

The Poetic And Haunting Illustrations Of Aykut Aydogdu

The Turkish artist and graphic designer Aykut Aydogdu, based in Istanbul, reveals some captivating and poetic portraits, leading us into a surreal world overflowing with symbols and visual metaphors.

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