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Digital Alchemy: Dark and Macabre Art by Necro

Necro is a Spanish artist who makes the coolest art with all kinds of demonic crap in a dystopian neo-Gothic style. He collaborated with such giants as Blizzard, Konami, Sony, DC, Marvel and many other famous companies.

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