“Arrival”: The Superb Digital Nostalgic Artworks of Stew Romero – Design You Trust

“Arrival”: The Superb Digital Nostalgic Artworks of Stew Romero

“Hello everyone, I’m stew, a creative Venezuelan, I make digital collages inspired by nostalgia for the past”.

Btw, I am proud to have bought one of his works, and it is now one of the diamonds in my NFT-collection.

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