Genesis by Miguel Sousa

“Holly Molly Guacamolly!” Looooook at that. LOOK at them!

ssssshhhhhhh…….. Scroll down slowly.

Just….. enjoy this moment.

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You just got your daily dose of sweet medicine for your eyes.

You are welcome, my pleasure.

Didn’t you just get an orgasm?! This is my kind of TYPE HYPE.

This orgasm-givin’ numbers were made by Miguel Sousa, a Portuguese designer based in London, at this moment working as an Art Director and Illustrator at Saatchi & Saatchi – London. His portfolio is full of beautiful work. You can spend a day in there just apreciating the little details he creates. A little bit more information about this job posted here:

Miguel Sousa – “It was a long time ago in school that i tried for the first time the 3d world. I always wanted to dig in into 3d and cgi world. 36 days of type was the right oportunity to convince myself to experiment and learn new skills and have fun playing around with simple shapes. So, the aim was to create a full number set with geometric shapes. Minimal and stylish.”

Do you think he accomplished it?

I personally just want them in my desk by my computer side!


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