Fluid, Abstract and Futuristic Typographic Design by MOCAGE – Design You Trust

Fluid, Abstract and Futuristic Typographic Design by MOCAGE

“Hey, I am Moses aka MOCAGE from Germany. I studied graphic design from 2017-2020 and made myself self-employed in January 2020 and now working with clients around the world.”

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