We continue with the series of interviews that will allow our readers to know more about the style, the evolution and the updates of our contributing designers on www.tshirt-factory.com. It is humbling to see so many talented artists showing support for our growing community. We love our collaborations and we are always ready to listen to your feedback on how to improve the services and products we offer – for both our customers and our designers.
Speaking of designers, our newest member goes by the name “cereal killer” and is passionate about typography design and the strong messages he can convey with the help of intricate curves.
New Artist Interview – Tshirt Factory contributing designer “Cereal killer”
OANA: Please tell us more about your art and design background and what made you become a designer?
CEREAL KILLER:I love the art of typography, and this is my specialty because we can easily convey the message of the design without having to think very hard :)) and Because I like this job.
OANA:How or when did you start illustrating on a professional level?
CEREAL KILLER: I started my career as a graphic designer in 2000, I worked at a local company in the field of t-shirt garments, and began to go international in 2011 by attending various design competitions on www.99designs.com until now It is where some of my clients that I still work with come from.
OANA: Where does your inspiration come from?
CEREAL KILLER: My inspiration comes from what I saw, what I heard, and what I read…:)
OANA: How would you describe your style?
CEREAL KILLER: I got the flexible style, maybe the effect of various design contests I follow…:)
OANA: What tools you use? Do you go 100% digital or is there paper involved?
CEREAL KILLER: Some time I do with 100% digital, and sketch on paper is involved too.
OANA: Is there anything that you specifically avoid using in your illustrations?
CEREAL KILLER: Yes, especially what regards racism.
OANA: What was the hardest job you have ever worked on?
CEREAL KILLER: Illustrations of Human Situations.
OANA: Can you name some of your favorite designs and why?(personal or from other designers)
CEREAL KILLER: D’ Vicente, http://www.dvicente-art.com/ because he is very attentive to every detail in each of his works.
OANA: Any graphic designers you admire?
CEREAL KILLER: Yes, many. But Tomasz Biernat is one of them https://www.behance.net/tomaszbiernat
OANA: Any words of advice for anyone just starting out as an illustrator/graphic designer?
CEREAL KILLER: “Start Loving Your Work, And Work For Your Love”