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We continue the 16th Annual Designing Women edition with Anna Pater, Katia Zubkova, Eleftheria Alexandri and Naomi Atkinson . . .
We ran across Anna Pater in this year's talent search, but all we could find is this quote from Joel Delane. We think it quite says enough ...
"Anna hails from Wroclaw, Poland. At only 20 she's one hell of a talented illustrator and digital artist. Quoting herself as a Dreamer, Citizen & Impressions collector, it's no surprise to see her dreamworld come alive in her designs."
Full story : Anna Pater Graphic Designer
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The splendid typography of Katia
Katia Zubkova creates some really nice branding from her studios in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Scroll the link here and see a world of sparkling advertising, illustration, graphic design work from Katia! Nice stuff!
Full story : Katia Zubkova
We loved this 3D Paper sculpture
Marie Brassely: Type Fly-by
Marie Brassely produces spectacular typographic buzz-bys -- great stuff! Unfortunately I cannot speak French. Fortunately I don't have to in order to enjoy her wonderful work.
Full story : Marie Brassely
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Eleftheria Alexandri : I Like Yellow
Thanks to Chuck Green we got to meet Eleftheria Alexandri! She's an illustrator, who currently splits her time between London and Greece.Her work includes editorial, publishing and advertising as well as bespoke pattern design.
We were particularly amazed at her art book The Fish That Ate The Ocean Clover which is a uniquely wonderful combination of design and sculpture -- shown at art museums and galleries all over the place.
I Like Yellow
Ele's wonderful Towel alphabet
Naomi Atkinson: thorough understanding
Naomi Atkinson has worked in the design industry for over 9 years, working at three leading London agencies with world renowned clients such as Audi, British Telecom, Macmillan Cancer Support and Aviva.
Naomi is a passionate, creative designer, with a drive to push the boundaries of typical web design. We liked all of her "personal" portfolio, not just for the design sense, but her stunning ability to "see" the project, and design for a wide, diverse field of clients!
Full story : Naomi's personal portfolio site
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