How did you make the decision to pursue a career in typography?

Typography was not a fixed decision but the roads I took led me to it. I started with graffiti, and was also very focused on branding and editorial, although typography was always something very personal to me. I started experimenting typography and I ended  devoting 100% of this.

What inspires you to do your work?

I get inspired in illustration, photography, video and graffiti. I also get inspired by my environment, and trends as the Japanese culture and science fiction.

How would you describe your style?

I think my style could be described as incomplete, rough, smooth, experimental, and versatile. I like to explore different ways to always get different results.

How did you start doing this?

It was developing a plan to start an advertising agency, along with other friends, and we watched ourselves in a specific  area. At that time I started working a lot with experimental typography that’s when I realized that that was what I wanted to do.

What is the latest project you have been working on?

I’m working on a personal book with my work and a clothing brand. It has been a while since I started  working on it but it’s been progressing very well!

In what way do you think visual art influences everyday life?

I think that it influences everything we see and eat, positively impacting people.

What do you do in your daily life?

I like to do everything: speed, sports, exploring the design and the city. It motivates me to learn new and different things.

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