Words: David Mrugula & J.Scott StrattonArtist Info: thedotisblack.com/ Instagram:@thedotiswhite his may come as a surprise to some, but the most commonly used languages in the world are not English and Mandarin. But, of course, this requires us...
English artist David Mrugula is an architect and generative artist, and his work HATE IN-SITU pairs angry or hateful vocal expressions with generative design to create rather beautiful work.
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