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We brought together the idea of “Internet of Things” which will be an indispensable part of our lives in the future in a map illustration in collaboration with San Francisco based web development firm Yeti.
Editorial Illustrations 2016
A collection of editorial illustrations for Conde Nast Traveller Türkiye.
My personal project on key characters of communism including Karl Marx, Che and Lenin illustrations
The Business Year 2015 Covers
I designed 16 cover illustrations in 2015 for TBY. There were two basic elements about these works which are; the digital portrait illustrations of the world leaders and the other is the background illustrations which brings the traditional patterns and cultural & economical icons together of the countries.
Bodrum Map Illustration
I designed this flat map illustration for Sevgili Bodrum's guide favor at Sunsplash Festival. Sevgili Bodrum is a web site considering local interviews and a local guide. So I picked up unique destinations of the peninsula and iconized them.
Hane Free Font
The font Hane, meaning home in Turkish is inspired from the exciting city life. Free for personal use and use the link for commercial purpose.
Tshirt illustrations for new fashion brand Tease Wear Project.
In the year 2014, I have designed 15 covers for the magazine Business Year. I illustrated maps with prominent buildings, economic and cultural symbols for cover concepts of 15 countries. Afterwards i patched them up with digital illustrations of country leaders. You can see the details of Tanzania Cover for reference.
Vector illustrations for various magazines of late years.
One of the most important centre of Assyrian community; the 5th century Deyrulzafaran Monastery has started a branding process in order to meet the tourists with organic products grown in it’s own gardens.In this project, I wanted to exhibit the products and show the venue in a very simple graphical design manner for the visitors coming all around the world. I wanted the visitors realise very quickly what is inside the package so that I illustrate relevant icons, again in a very simple way to reach my goal.