LEVITATING THREATS

Ukrainian designer Peter Mazur constructs Grimes aesthetics-inspired 3D videos featuring ominous organic shapes floating in a timeless landscape.
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Peter Mazur is a 35-year-old graphic designer from Kyiv, Ukraine. He takes interest in 3D modelling and design, and inspiration from organic patterns, nature, contemporary art, and technology. He’s also one half of the Internal project, which is a collaboration between two designers working with brand identity, illustration, and web design who are always open to challenges.

MANTIS

FLORA

WAR NYMPH

ORGANIC

THE FISHERMAN’S DAUGHTER

Fisherman_s Daughter

Artwork / Peter Mazur @internal_lab

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