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ADINA LARISA ȘUFANĂ

Who's who / 11 Mai 2016 / RDW team
  • ADINA LARISA ȘUFANĂ2016 // Two tea-cup cats
  • ADINA LARISA ȘUFANĂ2016 // Two tea-cup cats
  • ADINA LARISA ȘUFANĂ2016 // Two tea-cup cats
  • ADINA LARISA ȘUFANĂ2016 // Two tea-cup cats
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HISTORY
Șufană Adina Larisa has a MA in advertising and book graphics - Faculty of Arts and Design Timisoara. She illustrates children's books, but she also illustrated other types of books. As a freelancer, she illustrated several books and last year she illustrated for the first time a story written by her which is about two tea-cup cats. As a graphic designer in 2015 she won the price of the International poster and book illustration biennal for young artists. 

ROMANIAN DESIGN WEEK APPEARANCES

2016 // Two tea-cup cats
Two tea-cup cats is a book written and illustrated by Şufană Adina and it is her dissertation project. The book contains 30 illustrations created using pen, ink and a bit of color. The book is bounded by hand using a derivative of the monastic bookbinding. The entire project is formed from: the book Two tea-cup cats, a brochure about the type of bindery used for the book, a mini booklet with the characters that are found next to the page number, postcards and some framed illustrations that appeared in book.

2016 // Posters for a symphonic concert, Secret Garden, Alphabets
The posters for the symphonic concert were made using only letters, even the musical notes in the background are made up of many tiny letters. The font for the Secret garden poster is made by Adina. The first alphabet is illustrated using pen and ink, the second one was made from unconventional materials.

2016 // Posters for a campaign called Visit Romania
This series of posters wants to promote Romania in a funnier way.