2007 - Ongoing
A dedicated space for preserving screenshots, photographs, and sketches that chronicle the creative journey behind various projects. This section is ongoing and gets updated on a regular basis.
2016 - Ongoing
An ongoing project documenting facades around the world. An exploration that started in 2016 with Misplaced Series project turned into obsession of capturing facades interesting and not. The current collection features over 500 photographs of the facades from various locations. This section is ongoing and gets updated on a regular basis.
2024 - Ongoing
“Wired Perspectives" is an exploration of the intricate tapestry of urban infrastructure. This photography project delves into the often-overlooked beauty of electricity poles, where the seemingly mundane transforms into a symphony of lines, shapes, and details.
Encyclopedias & Fear of Density
While regular books tended to be one-time reads for me – once I got the story, that was it – encyclopedias held a different allure. I found myself picking them up regularly, flipping to a random page, and getting lost for hours. Another weakness of mine was illustrated atlases. Now that I reflect on it, it feels like my first encounter with graphic design, even though I didn't really know what graphic design was back then. The way information was laid out and presented felt utterly captivating and almost magical.
Deciphering Graphic Language of Safety Gloves
I snapped a photo of the glove and forwarded it to my friend, a seasoned construction worker, inquiring if he knew what any of those symbols meant. His response was swift and decisive—he had no idea. So maybe not for fellow designers who are interested in why things look the way they look, but for my one friend who has been in construction for 20-something years, I decided to go down the rabbit hole of deciphering all this information. I won't deny it—I briefly felt like Indiana Jones, deciphering ancient hieroglyphs on a weathered wall for a few moments last week.
Yesterday, I read a chapter titled "Futuro: Flashback: The Prefab from Another Planet" from the book "Top This and Other Parables of Design" by Phil Patton. In this text, originally written by Phil for The New York Times in 2005, he looked into the UFO-like houses found in the US. Firstly, the word "flashback" already appears in the chapter title, and I had no idea it would actually lead to a flashback from my childhood.
Photo Retouch Walkthrough
A walkthrough of retouching and editing the photo of building in Miami Beach, Florida. Software used: Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Photoshop and DxO ViewPoint 3
Photo Retouch Walkthrough
El Prat Airport
A walkthrough of retouching and editing the photo of a landing aircraft captured in El Prat near Barcelona, Spain. Software used: Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop.
The Art of Moving Buildings
Buildings that are lost in all the city noise, people, tourists, traffic. Buildings that are now covered in street signs, or ugly pharmacy branding that is located on the first floor. Now imagine those buildings “restored” to it’s original design, with clean facade, no garbage, no scaffolding and on top of that they are now somewhere else, somewhere very far.