Festival | Programme
October 3-6
In The City | Programme
September 6-26

Ovidiu Hrin – Synopsis:

Graphic design. Strategic Thinking. Custom tailored visual communication solutions.
Synopsis was born out of the strong belief in doing outstanding work, in going beyond the surface and overcoming limitations, in provoking thought, in touching emotions, in educating and exploring new ways in visual culture. This belief is still shared today by its founder Ovidiu Hrin and the current studio staff.
Founded in 2001, the independent design studio employs a team of talented designers working on both cultural and commercial design projects for clients around the globe.
The studio’s works (posters, books, magazines, packaging and complex visual identity and branding projects) have been exhibited and awarded by many prestigious international institutions (The European Design Awards, Type Directors Club, Graphis International, Museum of Design Zurich). Case studies of Synopsys are constantly featured as examples of good practice in graphic design theory and practice books professional publications.

Ovidiu Hrin

Ovidiu Hrin is a multidisciplinary designer & art director working in Timisoara (Romania) and internationally. He has a vast experience in branding & designing complex communication and information systems, for both cultural and corporate institutions.
Ovidiu leads Synopsis:, a versatile graphic design studio he founded in 2001, and holds graphic design, communication and calligraphy lectures and workshops throughout the world.
Hrin is actively involved in cultural and educational projects. Since 2015 he is the curator of the graphic design section of Romanian Design Week. In 2011 he launched TypopassageTm, a design and typography micro-museum network in Timisoara.
He has won numerous design awards worldwide and his works have been exhibited and featured by prestigious institutions (European Design Awards, Zgraf Triennale, Golden Bee, Graphis, Type Directors Club). A selection of his posters is part of the permanent collection of the Museum fur Gestaltung in Zurich.