“Phenomenology Of Human Body”: New Media Artist Rinatto L-bank Creates Stunning Digital Bodyscape Transformations – Design You Trust

“Phenomenology Of Human Body”: New Media Artist Rinatto L-bank Creates Stunning Digital Bodyscape Transformations

25 year old Rinat Abdrakhmanov, or Rinatto L-bank as he’s known in the photography world, is an artist and photographer from Astana, Kazakhstan. Currently living in North Cyprus, he has a surrealist style where he explores the form of the human body from different angles.

Rinatto has just graduated from the Department of Visual Art and Visual Communication Designs of Eastern Mediterranean University. Rinatto began learning about photography on his course, then recognised that he prefers photography and photo manipulations more than design.

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