Simplistic elegance is always in style.
My designs clearly reflect patterns found in nature, complimented with European simplicity and elegance.
Gabi has formal training in drawing and painting from first to eight grade and high school, Istituto Europeo di Design, as well as summer tutoring sessions in Hungary by artist Janos Toth. He was introduced to Adobe Photoshop in tenth grade and has been working with the software almost every day since then, and has branched off to Adobe Illustrator on his own. He is well traveled in Europe, and has enjoyed spending time in Japan studying the language and culture since childhood throughout High School.
A senior Mechanical Engineering Major at the University of Hawaii College of Engineering, Gabor (or Gabi) Paczolay has been described as an “engineer with a flair for design.” Gabi studies engineering formally and has experience studying car design in order to gain versatility in the automotive industry. Drawing and painting were an integral part of his youth, as was scratch building every costume for Halloween, by sewing, 3D modeling and fiber-glass based armor construction. This has cultivated an appreciation for hands on projects, and furthered his skills working in the Costume Construction department at the Diamond Head Theater Honolulu, HI. A passion for car design developed pragmatically from skills in the field of design and his studies in engineering. In the summer of 2015, Gabi went to Istituto Europeo di Design in Turin, Italy to be a part of the summer car design program. Next to school, Gabi is a free-lance graphic
designer. His work includes two daycare company logos in Arizona, Business Card, Logo, and full company image design for Hawaii Real Estate Partners LLc, and most recently the published book cover for 9th Street Chronicles by W.E Self.