Indian Artist Imagined How Famous Brands Would Look Like In A Dystopian Monochromatic World – Design You Trust

Indian Artist Imagined How Famous Brands Would Look Like In A Dystopian Monochromatic World

Kunel Gaur imagined how famous brands would look like in a dystopian monochromatic world. The experiment produced some rather pleasing packaging designs that would actually stand out on the shelves among the colorful overdesigned products out there.

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