“Somewhere Somehow”: The Superb Dark and Surreal Photoworks of Lidija – Design You Trust

“Somewhere Somehow”: The Superb Dark and Surreal Photoworks of Lidija

These photoworks take me in a mystical atmosphere of childhood fears. It’s very dark and surreal. Unfortunately, there is no information about the author, except that she is from Serbia.

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