“In Between Superloons”: The Digital Cryptosurrealism of Bruno Cassa – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

“In Between Superloons”: The Digital Cryptosurrealism of Bruno Cassa

Bruno Cassa is a Brazilian digital and crypto artist. In his amazing work he uses 3d animation, enhanced by typography in what is commonly referred to today as crypto-art.

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