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I am a freelance graphic designer who is passionate about classical typography, Japanese aesthetics, and print design.
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I am a 22-year-old junior graphic designer who currently works in web and UI/UX design, but wishes to expand his skills and knowledge in the field of editorial design. Ever since I remember I loved books. The smell of paper and shapes of letters left a big mark in my childhood memories. Books were everywhere around my house, leaving a comforting feeling of coziness and a promise of great adventure of knowledge.
Inspired by Japanese design and aesthetics as well as classic typography and simplicity of Swiss and Scandinavian design, I create minimal and highly functional designs that put the content first. I believe in the power of typography as a medium to convey the message. More often than not, a carefully selected set of letters is enough to make for a readable and beautiful design.
As my final project at the university, I wrote, designed, and printed the first issue of an independent magazine called "Moment". With 200 pages filled with photographs and interviews with passionate young people, the magazine was a challenge for me and taught me a great deal about typography and launching projects for print. Detailed presentation of this project is available on Behance (link in my profile).
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