Hello! I'm very sorry for not posting anything new for the last couple of weeks. I've been really busy working on fantastic projects I'll be posting new info about very soon.
For a quick note: I've been interviewed in the Radiofonia radio last week. I'd like to thank Ewa Rewieńska for inviting me to share a little bit info on typography, teaching design and design process when working on my posters. It was great! On top of being great, they're playing fantastic music.
You can listen to Radiofonia on-line here:
See you soon in the new post!
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