Mitya Andrievskiy is a multidisciplinary designer and art director from Russia, currently based in Cyprus. His career spans over 10 years across many mediums from graphic design all the way to UI/UX design. Mitya got his Master’s in Graphic Design in his hometown, and then moved to Moscow. He started by creating gig posters, and soon found himself working on a bunch of great projects for Moscow studios and collaborating with talented visual artists.
He mainly focuses on visual identity and digital product design. But posters are his specific obsession. He enjoys combining nuanced typography with 3d experiments. He challenges type, shapes and composition.
Everything & Nothing
Over the last few years, he has been collaborating with the Online school of 3D for graphic designers Method.Education. This poster series was created for the C4D42 3d training course. Mitya was designing a stack of posters for each theme (splines, refractions, stones, cloner etc.) 40 posters all in all. In this series, we’re sharing some of them. Mitya plays with ultra-bold, powerful typography and endless Cinema 4D possibilities.