You take quite an experimental approach to typography in your work—how did this way of working develop?
At the design school I went to, typography was an important and emphasised part of the curriculum. Thanks to this, I always focus on typography in my work and feel drawn to typographically-focused outcomes. In my opinion, type is as important as image. I am often amazed by graphic design that consists only of typography but still speaks and communicates its message in a striking way. Most of my work starts with logo creation and typographic design for each piece.
What would be your dream project?
My dream project would be one in which the designer and the client respect and trust each other. In the past, I longed for avant-garde and unusual projects. But nowadays, I just wish for an ordinary project where the result pleases both the designer and the customer. For me, if both are happy with the results, then that is the true meaning of a ‘dream project.’