“Consumption”: Surreal Digital Artworks of Miron Malejki – Design You Trust

“Consumption”: Surreal Digital Artworks of Miron Malejki

Miron Malejki aka OSAKI is a visual artist based in Poland. He specializes in 3D animations, VFX, VR, AR. He has worked on various types of projects, including music videos, mini-show fashion campaigns, and commercials.

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