Ana-Maria Micu is juggling with typography, fashion styling and graphic design in a way only some people are able to. Her imagination is horsing around in one of her latest graphic minimalist projects: Meltdown. In other words, a series of visual works based on the letters of the actual M E L T D O W N word, letters that are “melted” in half-fashion art, cut into pieces and eurythmically combined with human arms and legs.
The partial font created by Ana-Maria Micu proves us once more that the unique style of every artist comes not only from his talent, but also from the blend of his hobbies. Fashion and typography? Who would’ve thought of that?
More on Ana-Maria’s Behance.
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