The Brilliance of Madness: Superb Psychedelic Illustrations by Ana Godis – Design You Trust

The Brilliance of Madness: Superb Psychedelic Illustrations by Ana Godis

Ana Godis is an artist from Odessa who paints colorful illustrations on various themes. Her style is a medley of colorful images, geometric shapes and seemingly random details, but all this is so successfully combined on the canvas that it is impossible to look away.

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