New York based graphic designer/artist Nikolay Saveliev channels a host of perspectives within his work; sometimes funky, occasionally quirky and consistently sophisticated. Nikolay has a way with conceptual translations – transforming & developing the simplest of ideas across a broad spectrum of mediums – imbuing any viewer with an increased curiosity and a desire to see more, more, more, of work!
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Classic typography with a twist, slick illustrations, and just the right amount of humor go into all the works in the portfolio of Parisian designer and illustrator Mike Stefanini A.K.A Atomike Studio.