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    “Rhythm and Repetition” was used to create depth, excitement or peace (contrast) and emphasis on a certain subject, which worked very well with t… Read More
    “Rhythm and Repetition” was used to create depth, excitement or peace (contrast) and emphasis on a certain subject, which worked very well with the text and the message behind it. Typography was used, to make sure that the reader get the basic message. Read Less
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Hiral Parekh Graphic Designer
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I am a freelance Graphic Designer from Mumbai, India. I have completed my B.F.A from Sir J.J. Institute of Applied Art, Mumbai, India and pursued for a post-graduation degree M.A. Graphic Design from University for the Creative Arts, Maidstone, United Kingdom.

I've worked on very interesting projects over the years as a freelancer and I have also worked as a Jr. Graphic Designer in an ad agency for 6 months.

Here I'm presenting one of my final project of my M.A Graphic Design course. It is an expressive typography designed book with Circle (shape) playing a very integral part in the design. The book is a summarized version of  the 15th Chapter of the "The Bhagavad Gita" -  known as the

“The Yoga of theSupreme Person” . gavad Gita" is a Hindu Bible which advises an individual on the right path and helps them to decide the difference between right wrong.
 - a subject that is considered extremely sacred and tedious to understand and to simply it without loosing the basic essence of the "Gita" was the biggest challenge I faced during designing of the book - The "Circles" of Life.

Here are some pages from the book The "Circles of Life & few other projects I had an opportunity to
work on.