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Wednesday, April 1, 2009

“The Takeover” sits down with Trochut

Barcelona based designer/illustrator who goes by the philosophy of “more is more” is one of VC’s favorites. His illustrative style is fluid, complex, original and simply amazing. Recently, Trochut along with 51 other leading designers channeled their talents to raise awareness on Tibetan human rights in association with the non-profit Designers Against Human Rights Abuse.

Check-out The Takeover’s interview here.

Thanks Jason

posted by Oberholtzer Creative Staff at 10:51 am  


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