“False Gods”: The Stunning 3D Dreamscape Artworks of Jonathan Puc – Design You Trust

“False Gods”: The Stunning 3D Dreamscape Artworks of Jonathan Puc

Jonathan Puc is a Melbourne based web developer and 3d artist. He also acts as an NFT artist and sells his work for crypto.

“3d artist here to create soothing dreamscapes and wildest nightmares,” he describes himself.

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