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Impressive and Eye-catching Typography Works of Adrian Iorga

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Most people can design posters and other printed stuff using existing font styles from the computer. Well, that sure makes the job easier but if there is a more personal touch to it, the work looks even more beautiful because of its uniqueness. Not all people rely on existing font styles because some do their own lettering and create their typography based on what they are working on. With that, they have more freedom to play with letters as well as colors.

One artist is known for his beautiful typography work. He is Adrian Iorga, an Independent Graphic Designer from Bucharest, Romania with a focus on Branding and Typography and Lettering. With his passion for art, he creates astounding outputs especially for his typography.

Meet Adrian
Adrian Iorga
Yes, this is how creative he introduces himself.

The Weekdays Project
The Weekdays Project came out of Adrian’s constant habit of losing track of time and forgetting what day it is. It was a chance to practice different lettering styles and techniques all while keeping track of his schedule and trying to get his brain organized with a daily creative routine.

The Weekdays Project

The Weekdays Project

The Weekdays Project

The Weekdays Project

The Weekdays Project

Well, that isn’t just the typography works of Adrian Iorga. There are still more to it and you are about to see that below. Let the words speak to you, let the design convey the message and let the colors set up your mood. Take a look at what Adrian can do and you will be impressed.

Fourteen Days of Nujabes. 6/14
Fourteen Days of Nujabes. 6/14

Keep walking
Keep walking

Art
Art

Insane Sanity
Insane Sanity

Heart
Heart

Let There Be
Let There Be

Rock The Casa by Mihai Morar
Rock The Casa by Mihai Morar

Bitches
Bitches

Girls Place
Girls Place

Let It Kill You.
Let It Kill You.

Adrian Iorga is indeed one typography artist that we will admire. He has a style that is very eye-catching and creative. He certainly shows us that even mere letters can go a long way when paired with passion, creativity and as well as determination. Which of Adrian’s works from the above list do you love the most?

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