Swedish Artist Simon Stålenhag Creates A Series Of Art Works For The New H&M Advertising Campaign – Design You Trust

Swedish Artist Simon Stålenhag Creates A Series Of Art Works For The New H&M Advertising Campaign

One of my favourite digital artists, Simon Stålenhag (previously) has created a visual part for the new advertising campaign of the Swedish clothing brand H&M. In his impressive retro-futuristic manner, Simon plays with the grim subjects of the dark post-apocalyptic world.

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