“Tomorrow Never Came”: The Dystopian Worlds of Abel Chan Arce – Design You Trust

“Tomorrow Never Came”: The Dystopian Worlds of Abel Chan Arce

Abel Chan Arce aka Polygonatic is a 3D artist and animator. His works focus on various visual content like concept art, concert visuals, cover art, and broadcast media for brands and artists such as Nike, Universal Music, Fall Out Boy, Steve Aoki, HRVY, and many others.

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