Hasan Halilov is a graphic designer based in Sofia, Bulgaria.
His work varies between visual identities, poster design and art direction.
BA Visual Communication from NAA Sofia 

Portfolio available upon request.
hassanhallilov@gmail.com 
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POST
Bulgaria boasts a large amount of noteworthy postmodern buildings. From 1989 onwards the style was purposely studied and built on a national scale. “POST” is a multidisciplinary project about the turbulent post-communist decade in Bulgaria and its first post-modern era: the 1990s. The primary body of the project is a puzzle standing as an attempt to observe, rediscover and recontextualize the architectural heritage of the era. It is combined with a short guide book that also contains the manual for the game.
The publication includes articles by architectural historian, critic and publicist Aneta Vasileva and an interview with culturologist and media expert Georgi Lozanov.

Photography  Vasil Germanov
2021
Multidisciplinary project 
BIMINI
Bimini is Bulgarian fashion brand focused on bringing strong daring pieces that blends contemporary street fashion with luxury elagance and sustainability. The identity aims to bring together the timeless elegance of the pieces with the historic and mythical origin of the brand’s name.  

Photography by Vasil Germanov
2021
Creative direction Lokum 
Branding and art direction 
LOKUM MERCH
Letterings for the design studio Lokum Creative. The merch is a homage to the two iconic flavours in Bulgarian Lokum* traditions - Rose and Cream.

*Turkish delight in Bulgarian is Lokum for which the eponymous studio is named.  

Photography by Vasil Germanov
2021
Production Lokum
Typography 
HANG IN THERE
Poster and flyer design for The performance “Hang in There” by Tsveta Doycheva.  It is an attempt to "verbalize" bodily and through motion the constraints and powerlessness, to cross the line of paralysis and victimization.
2020
Poster and flyer design
BIDPA (BALKAN INSTITUTE OF DRAMA AND PERFORMATIVE ARTS) is an identity for an imaginary (for the foreseeable future) institute called BIDPA that gathers all the Balkan countries in a collaborative action in the field of performative arts. With the intention of spreading the idea of United Balkans. The visual narrative is inspired by the rich cultural and architectural traits of the region. Both similarities and differences of the countries are taken into consideration aiming to create an eclectic and subjective visual interpretation.
2020
In collaboratio with
Nicole Decheva
Visual identity