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Digital Artworks by Niels Prayer

Published Aug 20, 2015

Impressive digital art by Niels Prayer, a Paris-based FX supervisor and creative director.

“On my spare time, I create images or movies based on my skills in FX and motion design. I really like to create abstract pieces of art with a symbol or a message in it, trying to share my vision or my ideas with immersive motion graphics.”

— Niels Prayer

More digital artworks Visit his website




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