GRAPHIC DESIGN

Print materials 
2009-2017
Hand drawing, graphic design, digital drawing, collage, illustration, hand made textures
Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Indesign, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Lightroom, Dragonframe

These are various print materials: posters, book covers, catalogue covers, flyers, postcards etc.
  • “After the wall” (2014) – a poster, made for the work of Lutz Becker at the Fragments of Empires exhibition by MOMENTUM Berlin.
  • “Urban myths” (2013) – a poster, designed for a possible conference about urban myths and legends
  • “Astronaut’s journal” (2017) – a movie poster, designed for a Master Thesis animation by Marina Belikova.
  • “Sincerely yours, Nl.L.” (2015) – a front cover for a detective story
  • “Times of passage” (2014) – a poster for a Kunst Salon “Times of Passage:on the Decorative and its Rites” by MOMENTUM Berlin.
  • “Tik Tok: Time-Art-Dialogues” (2014) – a catalogue cover for “Tik Tok: Time-Art-Dialogues” by MOMENTUM Berlin
  • “Your Nl.L.” (2014) – a postcard, based on a detective story
  • “A Time For Dreams” (2014) – a cover for an exhibition catalogue for “A Time For Dreams – Selected Videos from the 4th Moscow International Biennale for Young Art”, by MOMENTUM Berlin
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  • “Jazz night” (2015) – a hand-drawn poster for a music event
  • “BALAGAN!!!” (2015) – a poster for an event by MOMENTUM Berlin
  • “The invisible cities: Fedora” (2013) – a graphic interpretation of “The invisible cities” by Italo Calvino
  • “The invisible cities: Chloe” (2013) – a graphic interpretation of “The invisible cities” by Italo Calvino
  • “The invisible cities” (2013) – a project poster
  • “The invisible cities” (2013) – a student research book cover
  • “Drawing a clothes rack” (2009) – a hand-drawn poster for a seminar
  • “Bronze: memories of London” (2009) – a student research book cover
  • “Hier est impossible” (2015) – a poster for a theatre play
  • “Bronze: memories of London” (2009) – a student research book cover
  • “Urban myths” (2013) – a poster, designed for a possible conference about urban myths and legends
  • “A Tallit for the Neue Sinagogue” (2015) – an event flyer for MOMENTUM Berlin
  • “Open studio” (2015) – an event flyer for MOMENTUM Berlin
  • “Open studio” (2015) – an event flyer for MOMENTUM Berlin
  • “Through the green mouth” (2014) – a hand-draw poster for a movie
  • “Through the green mouth” (2014) – design for the closing titles of the movie

 

An exhibition catalogue
2014
A 28-page exhibition catalogue for MOMENTUM gallery Berlin
Photography, graphic design, cover design, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Indesign

This is a catalogue for the exhibition “A Time For Dreams – Selected Videos from the 4th Moscow International Biennale for Young Art”, at MOMENTUM gallery Berlin, curated by David Elliott. The photos of the screening featured in the catalogue are taken at the Berlin screening (2014) by Marina Belikova. The catalogue is available for download on the official page of the event.

 

Bronze: memories of London
2013
A book
Graphic design class
Photography, collage, graphic design, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Indesign

This is a story, told by a city, that reflects upon its past, watching the times change and observing people. All the pictures, used in the book were taken around the city, while exploring it’s sightseeings, as well as hidden and forgotten places. The collages use hand-made textures.


 

Lamp
2009
Graphic design class
Hand drawing, Adobe Photoshop

This is a research on a single shape (a lamp) for creating a recognisible sign for a logotype.


 

Pocket nostalgia
2011
Kingston University Master thesis project
Bookbingding, hand-made textures, laser cutting, typography, Adobe Photoshop

This is a Master project: “pocket books of nostalgia”. Each books is handmade and consists of three parts the owner of the book or his friends/relatives can fill with various memories. It is useful for people, who have to stay away from their home places for long periods of time due to their work/study etc. They can also be useful for people who suffer from depression or for anybody, who would like to have some of their memories in analogue form. All the textures are hand-made, I used different combinations of tea and coffee in order to achieve various and interesting results.

My research for the project included a survey, where I asked around 70 people from various contries, what makes them feel nostalgic. In the end I picked 10 most popular answers and created 10 categories – each consisting of three pages. They form the first part of the book. The second part consists of empty pages where the owner of the book can write down other memories, that don’t fall into any of the categories. And the third part is for filling it with pictures/writings from other people etc.


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