“To Live For My Death”: The Deadliest, Badass & Nightmare Creatures Of Antonio José Manzanedo – Design You Trust

“To Live For My Death”: The Deadliest, Badass & Nightmare Creatures Of Antonio José Manzanedo

The dark and macabre fantasy paintings of digital artist Antonio José Manzanedo (previously), a concept designer and illustrator based in Spain.

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