Based in Lausanne, Switzerland Dennis Moya is a designer with many fingers in lots of pies. Most recently he set up multidisciplinary studio Bähler Moya with fellow designer Tiffany Bähler. While the website is still just a holding page, Dennis’ personal site has plenty of tantalising teasers to whet your design appetite. It’s his poster work that’s strongest with a limited palette of black, white, red and blue featuring in his latest projects.
It’s a great glimpse into what his work as Bäheler Moya might be like, with a pared-back sensibility and an experimental approach to typography and letterforms. Sleek and considered, his portfolio includes his contribution to Erik Brandt’s Ficciones Typografika a project that explores typography in public spaces, and posters for the Tumblr-based online publication, Totally Drunk.
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