“Weedsomar”: The Spiritual Worlds of Julian Majin – Design You Trust

“Weedsomar”: The Spiritual Worlds of Julian Majin

Julian Majin is a Colombian Digital Artist, inspired by the universe and all its creations, He portrays impossible worlds where the subconscious and art combine. Careful, you might get high.

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