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Shining by  Csekk István  

I’m a media designer, visual artist and art director… or simply a hopeless daydreamer based in Budapest, Hungary. I will probably never quite figure out what qualifies me for all these, and will forever doubt if anything I do is any good. But I will keep on doing them. Why?
Let’s say the voices tell me to. ( Motion Graphics,Illustration,Art Direction )

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