Fantasy, Dystopian and Ethnopunk Worlds of Max Bedulenko – Design You Trust

Fantasy, Dystopian and Ethnopunk Worlds of Max Bedulenko

Max Bedulenko is a digital concept artist based in Warsaw, Poland, with 6+ years of experience in making weird architectural stuff – trying to make this world even a more strange-looking place.

As a freelancer, he works with many game studios and creates concept art for them. In his personal works he opens up new worlds in the style of dystopian and ethnic cyberpunk.

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