I am Teo Tudorica and I do graphic design as submillimetre.

My studies are split between graphic design and architecture.

In 2004 I started working on set design for MTV Romanian Music Awards. This is what led me into working a lot with people from the music industry (I use the term very loosely). In time my interests veered off architecture and I got more seriously involved into developing the types of projects I enjoy most: identity and packaging.

I am hopelessly fascinated by astronomy and maths.


Oh, and I'm partially colour-blind*.

*) Deuteranopia (1% of males): Lacking the medium-wavelength cones, those affected are again unable to distinguish between colors in the green–yellow–red section of the spectrum. Their neutral point is at a slightly longer wavelength, 498 nm, a more greenish hue of cyan. A deuteranope suffers the same hue discrimination problems as protanopes, but without the abnormal dimming. Purple colors are not perceived as something opposite to spectral colors; all these appear similarly. This form of colorblindness is also known as Daltonism after John Dalton (his diagnosis was confirmed as deuteranopia in 1995, some 150 years after his death, by DNA analysis of his preserved eyeball). Deuteranopic unilateral dichromats report that with only their deuteranopic eye open, they see wavelengths shorter than neutral point as blue and longer than it as yellow.


Quote from the Wikipedia article on Colour blindness.

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