George Bokhua. In childhood my favorite song was “Radio Ga Ga” by “Queen”. I loved it so much that I used to write the title everywhere I possibly could - in my room, school, yard, public trasport, streets, books, notebooks. For years I wrote it on at least a hundred spots per day. That’s how I started developing my love for typography and Graphic design. 
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George Bokhua. In childhood my favorite song was “Radio Ga Ga” by “Queen”. I loved it so much that I used to write the title everywhere I possibly could - in my room, school, yard, public trasport, streets, books, notebooks. For years I wrote it on at least a hundred spots per day. That’s how I started developing my love for typography and Graphic design. 
Find George on dribbble here.
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George Bokhua. In childhood my favorite song was “Radio Ga Ga” by “Queen”. I loved it so much that I used to write the title everywhere I possibly could - in my room, school, yard, public trasport, streets, books, notebooks. For years I wrote it on at least a hundred spots per day. That’s how I started developing my love for typography and Graphic design. 
Find George on dribbble here.
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George Bokhua. In childhood my favorite song was “Radio Ga Ga” by “Queen”. I loved it so much that I used to write the title everywhere I possibly could - in my room, school, yard, public trasport, streets, books, notebooks. For years I wrote it on at least a hundred spots per day. That’s how I started developing my love for typography and Graphic design. 
Find George on dribbble here.
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George Bokhua. In childhood my favorite song was “Radio Ga Ga” by “Queen”. I loved it so much that I used to write the title everywhere I possibly could - in my room, school, yard, public trasport, streets, books, notebooks. For years I wrote it on at least a hundred spots per day. That’s how I started developing my love for typography and Graphic design. 

Find George on dribbble here.

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