About the artist
Although I gained a BA in graphic design, I consider myself to be self-taught.
I've always been fascinated with the exploration of new shapes and new typefaces. Essentially, I've never quit doing typography ever since I learned how to write. It later evolved into graffiti, tattoos and towards digital.
I work with simple materials, normally starting with pencil and paper. It's the fusion between the process and the study that directs everything towards shape. It may mean deconstructing classic typefaces. When reconstructing them, I always search for new ways in which they can be improved.
by Andrei Robu
About the printing technique
Giclée fine art prints are high-fidelity reproductions of original artworks, produced on a professional ink-jet printer.
The 270g textured fine art paper we use offers a great archival stability, guaranteeing a durability that exceeds 100 years for prints framed behind glass and guarded from UV rays. The watercolor texture of the surface lends a certain characteristic to the print, revealing impressive details of the artwork.