“About What Never Happened”: The Superb Artworks of Dmitry Listov – Design You Trust

“About What Never Happened”: The Superb Artworks of Dmitry Listov

Dmitry Listov is a young and talented graphics designer and painter, based in Russia. His works reflect life in Russia, as well as protest events. He also sells his work at NFT auctions.

“I see beauty where others see abomination.”

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