Simon Lee’s Superb Sculptures of Hellish Monsters from the Underworld – Design You Trust

Simon Lee’s Superb Sculptures of Hellish Monsters from the Underworld

Simon Lee is a legendary sculptor, a giant in the world of concept design. His deft hands have given us monsters from Lord of the Rings (Amazon), Godzilla movies, Kong Skull Island, Edge of Tomorrow, Pacific Rim, and many others. On his Instagram, Lee posts so much cool work that it feels like he doesn’t sleep at all and devotes all his time to sculpting hellish creatures. And that’s cool.

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