Faces of Death: Macabre Art by Vladimir Chebakov – Design You Trust

Faces of Death: Macabre Art by Vladimir Chebakov

Vladimir Chebakov is a Russian artist, based in Prague, who paints a demonic chthon. His images, subtly reminiscent of Beksinski’s work, are so dark and disturbing that it is impossible not to be fascinated by their dark aesthetic.

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