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The Digital Magic of David Seidman

David Seidman is an illustrator and digital painter from Philadelphia, that enjoys exploring dark, fantastic worlds with his work. He began in comics creating covers for the book Se7en, The Straw Men, and Grimm Fairy Tales. David has also been commissioned by popular rock band Coheed and Cambria and is currently pushing his creativity through gallery work. Follow him on Facebook and buy prints in his shop.


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