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Generative Art by Janusz Jurek

Polish graphic designer Janusz Jurek  (featured previously) is a graduate of the Institute of Artistic and Pedagogical University in Poznan. Since 1996, he engaged in commercial graphic design, photography, animation, 3D graphics and a broad range of new forms of visual art. He is been carrying his own NEO Graphic Design Studio. Follow him on Facebook.


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