Otherwordly Sci-Fi Sculptures by Gábor Borbély – Design You Trust

Otherwordly Sci-Fi Sculptures by Gábor Borbély

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Hungarian artist Gábor Borbély creates abstract sculptures that look like alien technology or structures straight out of a sci-fi film.

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