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3D Collages by Alex Eckman-Lawn

Alex Eckman-Lawn is a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-based artist and illustrator. He has worked with bands like Psyopus, Architect, Yakuza, Illogicist, and Harakiri, designing T-shirts and album art. Lately, the artist has been focussing on intricate, layered, diorama-like paper collages. Follow his work on Facebook.


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