“A Momentary Silence”: Haunted Illustrations by Nicholas Moegly – Design You Trust

“A Momentary Silence”: Haunted Illustrations by Nicholas Moegly

Nicholas Moegly specializes in creating posters, key art, and album art for the music and entertainment industry, as well as designs for advertising, packaging, and branding. He has worked with several Grammy-winning artists, multiple Fortune 500 companies, international apparel and beverage brands, and has had his work shown in galleries around the world.

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