An Interview with Adrian Nita (Azanti)

Today we have another interview of a designer name Adrian, people know him as Azanti. He is really good in his work and he has done some stunning logos. He is really friendly and he like to watch movie and love to enjoy music and drawings.
Read more about him below, you will surely enjoy his interview.

Contact Details:

Name: Adrian Nita – Azanti
Email: adrian.nita@azanti.ro
Website: http://www.azanti.ro
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/azantidesign
Location: Romania – Bucharest

What do you think about yourself?

This is a hard question :)
I think about myself that I am a normal person, very friendly … I like to watch movies, listen to music and especially to draw!
It all started when I was about 15, when I drew my first logo. It was a logo for a small bar in my grandfather’s village where I usually spent my holidays. Please do not imagine that I used the technical programs to make the logo … I used paper, pencils, a ruler, and paint to give the final touch:)
The idea is that I always loved to draw and when a friend showed me 99designs, I rediscovered this love. Since then, I work as freelancer most of the day and I love it!
As a freelancer I have met wonderful people who have supported and encouraged me when I was just a beginner! Also, as a freelancer, I met great designers who have helped me to define my style, and before the end of this chapter I want to thank them for all their support!

Whats your achievements in your design field?

I am pleased that I managed to make my customers happy and that I was able to create a visual identity for them.
On the other hand I’m glad that I managed to create a good relationship with my clients and they recommended me further and call me back if they need other work!

About your Experience with design:

Although I like to draw since I can remember … although I created the first logo at the age of 15 years…I gained THE REAL experience two years ago, when after a conversation with someone very close to me, I found 99designs,the website where I began my freelance work.

Do you have a particular process you go through for each design?

When I have a project, the most important is the brief’s!
I read it very carefully, then, if I get feedback, creativity and details are the only required elements for a successful realization of the final product!

How would you describe your style?

I can not tell about myself that I have a certain style… I hate to be limited, so I try to draw everything from very simple lines to very complicated 3D graphics…and last but not least to flowery writing :)

How did you get your first job in design and what exactly was it?

As I said before my first project was at the age of 15. The project consisted in creating a logo and from what I can remember I won some good money then :D

What plans do you have for the future?

I want very much to have my own design agency and on the other hand, I want to start a humanitarian project that I keep thinking for some time. I will let you know!

Your expert areas:

Logos, stationary, biz cards, banners, corporate identity, etc

Your tools of work:

PC platform – Adobe Illustrator , Adobe Photoshop

Who or what is your biggest inspiration for graphic design?

Inspiration comes from every little thing considered carefully!

What advice would you give to other designers?

Learn something new every day and you’ll be recognized among the best!

Want to share anything else?

I share my work and my experience with everybody interested in it; share your knowledge with others and your life will be complete!

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