Tarantino Films and Acid Jazz: Illustrations by Alexey Bazunov – Design You Trust

Tarantino Films and Acid Jazz: Illustrations by Alexey Bazunov

Alexey Bazunov is an artist from Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, who draws illustrations for books, magazines and other media. Bazunov’s style is characterized by an incredible freedom of forms and lines, he is capable of both realistic, detailed portraits and abstractions, with their dynamics and dashingness reminiscent of jazz improvisations.

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