The 3D Digital Minimalist Architectural Artworks by Dani Miras – Design You Trust

The 3D Digital Minimalist Architectural Artworks by Dani Miras

Dani Miras aka Sr Formica is an industrial designer, with a love for the furniture and other home objects that surround us. He believes that apart from their purpose they also transmit a sort of beautyness and emotion.

He likes to capture their hedonist character. That’s why most of his designs have that cool wave 80’s vibe, but mostly with a vintage touch from the 50’s to 70’s .

Design has many constraints, that’s why he does illustrations and photography for fun, not only as a tool, but also to express himself, and join art and design with freedom.

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