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IMASCE GRAPHIC COMMUNICATION
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I'm a Graphic designer and photographer with +20 years of experience in creating corporate identity, product image, industrial photography, web development and all kinds of creative graphic services for the identification, communication and promoting of companies and products.
I believe in rational, precise and functional design and this leads to simple and elegant solutions to complex problems. What does this all mean? My designs are direct, organized and elegant. Furthermore its aesthetic values (although subordinate to reinforce the conceptual idea and its function without sacrificin… Read More
I believe in rational, precise and functional design and this leads to simple and elegant solutions to complex problems. What does this all mean? My designs are direct, organized and elegant. Furthermore its aesthetic values (although subordinate to reinforce the conceptual idea and its function without sacrificing the artistic) are above prejudice or fashion trends and its message prevailing as its main articulator. Read Less
Each graphic design project is unique and is the result of a long process of study. It requires an approach whereby neither a preconceived solution or a particular style are employed but continuous and iterative research and dialogue with the customer. Only then the most appropriate techniques in visual & informat… Read More
Each graphic design project is unique and is the result of a long process of study. It requires an approach whereby neither a preconceived solution or a particular style are employed but continuous and iterative research and dialogue with the customer. Only then the most appropriate techniques in visual & information design, typography, color, image, message and iconography will be used methodically to achieve the best of breed solutions. A project can never be deemed complete until the customer is completely satisfied with the results. Read Less
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