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Nadezhda Trushina

March 21, 2012

Exploring graphic design and the relationship between infinity and books

  • Text by Kemal Tarba

Graphic designer and illustrator Nadezhda Trushina was born in Moscow 20-years-ago. She received a degree at the Moscow State University of Printing Arts and currently continues her studies at the British Higher School of Design. And her goals now? To star in a movie, to finish the her work on the new installation project and to explore the relationship between the infinity and books... 

Satellite Voices: What do you like and dislike about Moscow?
Nadezhda Trushina: What I like about Moscow is wherever you go, you meet friends and you never know how your day will end up. The city of contrasts. In general, in Moscow, you never get bored, this city is full of surprises and this I would list as disadvantage.

SV: If you were divine creature, what would you have done the other way?
Nadezhda Trushina: I would change global time management 

SV: What do you try to say through your works?

Nadezhda Trushina: I like to explore one particular issue and then express my own opinion. It is important to determine the topic and rest is easier. What I do is, first of all, my very personal story. 

SV: Do you already know what will be the exact result before you start working on something?

Nadezhda Trushina: Salvador Dali claimed that if you can imagine how the result will look like, your job  is not worth finishing. Sometimes you have to change the plan of action.

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