Alexander Kuliev’s typographic tribute to the Denmark sea
Straight from Russia, Alexander Kuliev knows how to create, invent, print, cramping, cut down, form, perforate, set, engrave and embroidery. The Moscow based designer proved his craft with his proposal of visual identity for the Kulturhavn festival, Copenhagen’s largest harbour event. By splitting apart words, dates and numbers the graphic designer experiments with small segments of text through typography and generates impressive typographic creations by compiling information and differentiating it with different colors and fonts. This is a tricoloured typographic tribute to the sea that you can explore along his portfolio, here.