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Istvan Szugyiczky
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advertising games pharmaceutical posters product retail space type design typography


black blue green grey orange pink red white yellow


annual report business corporate decisions financial money


branding diagrams icons infographic lettering logo maps pattern signs symbols wallpaper


editorial health lifestyle magazine cover


book covers book jackets publishing


action animals body cars computers drugs environment eyes faces fantasy film food & drink hands health liquid love machinery medicine metals music neon numbers people political relationships science space sport technology telecommunications time transport travel weather x-ray

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3d rendering abstract cgi digital faux 3d hand drawn pen & ink photographic pixel vector


István Szugyiczky is a Hungarian graphic designer. He graduated at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts with an MA in Graphic Design and received a PhD. from the University of Applied Arts in Vienna.

As an independent designer he is interested in illustrated typography, lettering and illustration and has worked for clients including Nike, Audi, Volkswagen, Financial Times, The Guardian, Bloomberg Markets, Fortune, TimeOut, GQ, ESPN, Men's Health, BBC Focus Magazine, New Scientist, Sony Play Station, BBDO, M&CSaatchi, AKQA and Leo Burnett.

István also made posters for organizations such as Unicef, Greenpeace and Amnesty International, featured in many social and environmental poster exhibitions worldwide and his work has been published in Computer Arts, IDPure, CA Projects, IdN, Beautiful Decay, Semi-Permanent and various books by different publishers from Thames & Hudson through BNN to Gestalten.

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