This Artist Draws Pictures to Show That Everything Has a Flip Side – Design You Trust

This Artist Draws Pictures to Show That Everything Has a Flip Side

Not many people look at events and phenomenons from different angles. This is exactly what the artist, Anton Gudim, talks about on his Instagram account.

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