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Electrical Engineer Creates 3D Calligraphy That Leaps Off The Page

Electrical Engineer Creates 3D Calligraphy That Leaps Off The Page

I like how these words stand off the page like the animal would stand if it were real.[Electrical Engineer Creates Calligraphy That Leaps Off The Page]

I love how unique this is. There is a lot of geometry and perspective work done throughout these words. I like that it is very in depth and complicated.

I love the use of depth and perspective in these pieces. // I love how unique this is. There is a lot of geometry and perspective work done throughout these words. I like that it is very in depth and complicated.

Previously featured Tolga Girgin, a Turkish electrical engineer and graphic designer, continues to create stunning 3D calligraphy pieces. By experimenting with perspective and shading, Girgin's colorful pieces seem to be ready to peel off the page at any time!

Electrical Engineer Creates 3D Calligraphy That Leaps Off The Page

Previously featured Tolga Girgin, a Turkish electrical engineer and graphic designer, continues to create stunning calligraphy pieces.

Previously featured Tolga Girgin, a Turkish electrical engineer and graphic designer, continues to create stunning 3D calligraphy pieces. By experimenting with perspective and shading, Girgin's colorful pieces seem to be ready to peel off the page at any time!

Electrical Engineer Creates 3D Calligraphy That Leaps Off The Page

crossconnectmag: “ New Calligraphy Exercises by Tolga Girgin Istanbul-based graphic designer Tolga Girgin (previously) continues to experiment with calligraphic letterforms by adding shading and.

Previously featured Tolga Girgin, a Turkish electrical engineer and graphic designer, continues to create stunning 3D calligraphy pieces. By experimenting with perspective and shading, Girgin's colorful pieces seem to be ready to peel off the page at any time!

Electrical Engineer Creates 3D Calligraphy That Leaps Off The Page

Istanbul-based graphic designer Tolga Girgin continues to experiment with calligraphic letters by adding shading and shooting his pieces from just the right perspective.

Previously featured Tolga Girgin, a Turkish electrical engineer and graphic designer, continues to create stunning 3D calligraphy pieces. By experimenting with perspective and shading, Girgin's colorful pieces seem to be ready to peel off the page at any time!

Electrical Engineer Creates 3D Calligraphy That Leaps Off The Page

Tolga Girgin, a Turkish electrical engineer and graphic designer, continues to create stunning calligraphy pieces. By experimenting with perspective and shading, Girgin's colorful pieces seem to be ready to peel off the page at any time!

Previously featured Tolga Girgin, a Turkish electrical engineer and graphic designer, continues to create stunning 3D calligraphy pieces. By experimenting with perspective and shading, Girgin's colorful pieces seem to be ready to peel off the page at any time!

Electrical Engineer Creates 3D Calligraphy That Leaps Off The Page

Previously featured Tolga Girgin, a Turkish electrical engineer and graphic designer, continues to create stunning calligraphy pieces. By experimenting with

Previously featured Tolga Girgin, a Turkish electrical engineer and graphic designer, continues to create stunning 3D calligraphy pieces. By experimenting with perspective and shading, Girgin's colorful pieces seem to be ready to peel off the page at any time!

Electrical Engineer Creates 3D Calligraphy That Leaps Off The Page

Istanbul-based artist Tolga Girgin creates beautifully scripted calligraphy that seems to leap off the page. An ancient art form that remains relevant toda

Previously featured Tolga Girgin, a Turkish electrical engineer and graphic designer, continues to create stunning 3D calligraphy pieces. By experimenting with perspective and shading, Girgin's colorful pieces seem to be ready to peel off the page at any time!

Electrical Engineer Creates 3D Calligraphy That Leaps Off The Page

Previously featured Tolga Girgin, a Turkish electrical engineer and graphic designer, continues to create stunning calligraphy pieces. By experimenting with

Previously featured Tolga Girgin, a Turkish electrical engineer and graphic designer, continues to create stunning 3D calligraphy pieces. By experimenting with perspective and shading, Girgin's colorful pieces seem to be ready to peel off the page at any time!

Electrical Engineer Creates 3D Calligraphy That Leaps Off The Page

Previously featured Tolga Girgin, a Turkish electrical engineer and graphic designer, continues to create stunning calligraphy pieces. By experimenting with

Previously featured Tolga Girgin, a Turkish electrical engineer and graphic designer, continues to create stunning 3D calligraphy pieces. By experimenting with perspective and shading, Girgin's colorful pieces seem to be ready to peel off the page at any time!

Electrical Engineer Creates 3D Calligraphy That Leaps Off The Page

Previously featured Tolga Girgin, a Turkish electrical engineer and graphic designer, continues to create stunning calligraphy pieces. By experimenting with

Previously featured Tolga Girgin, a Turkish electrical engineer and graphic designer, continues to create stunning 3D calligraphy pieces. By experimenting with perspective and shading, Girgin's colorful pieces seem to be ready to peel off the page at any time!

Electrical Engineer Creates 3D Calligraphy That Leaps Off The Page

Previously featured Tolga Girgin, a Turkish electrical engineer and graphic designer, continues to create stunning calligraphy pieces. By experimenting with

Previously featured Tolga Girgin, a Turkish electrical engineer and graphic designer, continues to create stunning 3D calligraphy pieces. By experimenting with perspective and shading, Girgin's colorful pieces seem to be ready to peel off the page at any time!

Electrical Engineer Creates 3D Calligraphy That Leaps Off The Page

Previously featured Tolga Girgin, a Turkish electrical engineer and graphic designer, continues to create stunning calligraphy pieces. By experimenting with


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