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Bēhance

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  • 3D Artist, Graphic Designer, Retoucher
    Freelance — Brooklyn, NY, USA
  • Graphic Designer, 3D Artist
    Taevas Ogilvy — Tallinn, Estonia
  • Graphic Designer, AD
    Baltic FCB — Tallinn, Estonia
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Happily obsessed with details, color, balance and kerning, to name a few. Let my compulsions work for you. Whether creating for print, screen, tv or outdoor I love getting it right for my clients. My visual passion and aim towards perfection are natural allies for your brand, publication, product, campaign, pop-up… Read More
Happily obsessed with details, color, balance and kerning, to name a few. Let my compulsions work for you. Whether creating for print, screen, tv or outdoor I love getting it right for my clients. My visual passion and aim towards perfection are natural allies for your brand, publication, product, campaign, pop-up or project.

Confident that good design will always be both functional and beautiful. I also just happen to be easy to talk to, good at listening and inspired by generating creative solutions. Let me know about your visual design needs, wants and goals! Read Less
My earliest education was concerned with harvesting mushrooms, berries and all the eclectic bounty the Estonian countryside has to offer. I am currently cataloging the rarified flora and fauna found in New York City.

While I do embrace a tendency for all things nerd; gaming, “making of” films, sci-fi, love of … Read More
My earliest education was concerned with harvesting mushrooms, berries and all the eclectic bounty the Estonian countryside has to offer. I am currently cataloging the rarified flora and fauna found in New York City.

While I do embrace a tendency for all things nerd; gaming, “making of” films, sci-fi, love of structures and grids, reading Pantone color book, applying the scientific method to everything. I have, however, gone to a place most graphic artists dare not – the performing arts. In 2002 I had an unexpected first-encounter with contemporary dance which led to 10 years of intensive training with world celebrated choreographers, dozens of performances for audiences numbering 10 to 3,000 and a widening circle of travels from Yerevan to Cannes to Busan.

Recent aesthetic interests can be described as a mash up of b-films, wing tsun, stereotypes, lines, curves, the color pink and making bread. Read Less
Member Since: Aug 22, 2012