As a kid, I was always interested in visual arts, but the main influence came from my father, he was a painter, a poet and a sculptor. I inherited his attainments and craftsmanship he had.
My schools were special art classes from the beginning of the elementary school, and spent most of my younger days as a nasty little boy who loved to draw and build lego in all of his freetime. Pencils and markers were always my tools, until one day my father got our first computer. That was when it changed, and it's been my passion ever since. So, after long years of drawing practice, in the year 2000 I focused much more on computer graphics, this time I first started using vector based softwares. This was the year when I set up my very first website, and begun learning every available part of computer graphics and also web-based programming. In 2002 I started to work for a studio called Solid, where they dropped me into the depth side of DTP and I really had to improve my skills day-by-day. Since then, I've been working for several teams as an operator and graphic designer in the past 5-6 years and have had a huge range of clients from Hungary and abroad.
Extraverage -as a name- is what I do, this is my 'brand' of my products in graphic design. I have been working in the scene since 2001.
The influence and inspiration depends on my past and my everyday life, plus comes from music, different magazines, nature, websites and stunning books.
My works are trying to represent a big range of all my experiences and my influences. I mix medias like custom spraycans, shoes, skateboard decks, all from different subcultural scenes.
I've been involved in street-art since 2002. I'm always keeping myself busy with my personal projects, trying to focus more on self-advertising.
Extraverage.net is my personal portfolio, the content shows up tons of selected works from my past and present. Currently I'm a freelancer.
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