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  • Jack Henry Kraven

    Amazing Digital Art by Wen Juinn...What will the future bring?

  • Sabi Style - Interior Design & Decoration

    abandoned city | #cyberpunk #scifi #postapocalypse #darkfuture #bravenewworld

  • David Robison

    "It is written that, long ago, the Angels cast swords into the sky to pierce the heart of the demon stars. There are those who believe the lore of the flying swords is not lost and that there are more of the divine blades hidden deep in the earth waiting to be unleashed upon the heavens." (Abandoned City, Matte Painting in Stunning Post Apocalypse Artworks)

  • Jurre Hehenkamp

    Abandoned City - Concept Art

  • artissimo

    #illustration #art #landscape #digital-art #2d-digital #sketch #painting

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