Darkness To Light: The Moody And Bluish Photo Artworks Of Albin Sjödin – Design You Trust

Darkness To Light: The Moody And Bluish Photo Artworks Of Albin Sjödin

Albin Sjödin’s Instagram account takes us into the photographer’s imaginary world. His dark and bluish pictures play with reality, staging lonely and bewitching characters.

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