Ivan Vajda

Ivan Vajda

Trnava / Student, Faculty of mass media
Ivan Vajda
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identity / gentlemen's beans coffee bar #spaincreative #identity

identity / gentlemen's beans coffee bar #spaincreative #identity

Motion Theatre Poster - Love the use of simple technical drawing lines and interaction between text and image in this one.

Motion Theatre Poster - Love the use of simple technical drawing lines and interaction between text and image in this one.

loaded with nearly twice as many antioxidants as standard raw garlic (such as vitamin C) and contains a naturally occurring compound called s-allylcysteine, which studies suggest are a contributing component in cancer prevention, as well as lowering of bad cholesterol.

loaded with nearly twice as many antioxidants as standard raw garlic (such as vitamin C) and contains a naturally occurring compound called s-allylcysteine, which studies suggest are a contributing component in cancer prevention, as well as lowering of bad cholesterol.

Love the overlapping yellow elements on the bw photos. Quite expansive and energetic feeling

Love the overlapping yellow elements on the bw photos. Quite expansive and energetic feeling

35 of the Best Graphic Design Pieces of 2014 | From up North

35 of the Best Graphic Design Pieces of 2014 | From up North

40 Free Modern Fonts : I don't usually go for "modern," but I really like several of these.

40 Free Modern Fonts : I don't usually go for "modern," but I really like several of these.

Fashion Show Flyer Template  #graphicriver

Fashion Show Flyer Template #graphicriver

Poster Design: 50 Excellent Inspirations | GoMediaZine #poster #design

Poster Design: 50 Excellent Inspirations | GoMediaZine #poster #design

posters for the opening of 13wives a bar in Singapore designed by Foreign Policy Design Group. The name comes from a (fictional?) story of the bartender's little black book and the women he has known and loved

posters for the opening of 13wives a bar in Singapore designed by Foreign Policy Design Group. The name comes from a (fictional?) story of the bartender's little black book and the women he has known and loved