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Free society lettering

Self initiated lettering project that explores calligraphy, sketching, and vector drawing.

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More Projects

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Kawai Typeface

Work in pogress... Kawai is a modern serif typeface that I started at the University of Reading in 2014 under the supervision of Gerry Leonidas and Gerard Unger. I wanted to create a modern serif

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Mix session poster

A poster and band photo for an electro—pop band based in Paris. As a concept for the poster I took the lead track from the EP and turned it's original Mix Session into graphics. The poster became a vi

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Perpetual Donuts poster

Perpetual Donuts is a play that takes place in the United States in the 50s. This epoch is marked by the overly glossy and unnaturally happy faces. I art-directed, did a photo shoot and designed the p

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Happy New Workplace

AOS Studley rethinks workplaces around the world. They believe that a well thought and well designed workplace can boost creativity and productivity. The brief was simple: we need a new year card.

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Kisa Formula

Concepts for logo and packaging. KISA Formula is a new line of cosmetic products launching for young, confident women. To emphasize the quality aspect which the company is so proud of, we chose clean

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Assrah

Lettering for ASSRAH tea factory

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Be One Too animation

Concept and animation for the New Year greeting card of Be One Too a coaching company based in Paris. The client is a big fan of a famous French cartoon Shadoks. This was an amazing starting point to

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Kraft Foods office concept

Kraft foods has recently bought LU, the leader of sweets and biscuits industry in France. Kraft Foods creates delicious experiences and makes us discover new sensations, that bring pleasure in our eve

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Business Cards

For my personal business cards I decided to print 2 versions — black and white to give people the opportunity to choose whichever they like better. Sometimes they ask me if they can take both... Why n