“Omniverse”: The Supercool Digital Concept Artworks of Ksti Hu – Design You Trust

“Omniverse”: The Supercool Digital Concept Artworks of Ksti Hu

The Berlin-based multimedia artist Ksti Hu’s portfolio includes music videos, techno rave icons, and electronic album covers. And her visual language is based on the deconstruction of graphic design principles.

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