I earned my degree in graphic design from Glasgow School of Art. I’ve worked in international design studios in both Amsterdam and London, subsequently hanging my own shingle in 2017 to create Alexandra Lunn Studio. Design excellence is what I live for!
- Craft Your BrandWhether you want to rebrand an existing company, make your side-hustle a reality or get your startup off the ground, our workshops at the London Design Festival this September will give you everything you need. Dip in and out of individual workshops to up-skill, or, treat the full course as a boot camp where you will learn everything you need from brand strategy right through to getting featured within the press. Early bird tickets for individual workshops are £35.00 but the price will increa
- Object of DoubtWhen objects of the past sit uneasily with contemporary values, some thing needs to be done. Object of Doubt, cured by Kirsty White looks at the ownership, preservation and destruction of artworks and cultural heritage. Kirsty put together 8 artists who responded to this theme in some shape or form' she wanted a visual identity that referenced statues and monuments, and alluded to how certain subjects had become problematic in modern times. Object of Doubt engaged these debates, presenting a va
- Craft Your Brand at London Design Festival 2023If you’d like to improve your branding, design and marketing skills then our series of workshops as part of London Design Festival is for you. Stay tuned for early bird tickets, going on sale this evening: https://instagram.com/craft.yourbrand?igshid=OGQ5ZDc2ODk2ZA== ✨�️
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- London, United KingdomInternship
I worked as part of a small team on the concept development of the visual identity for California: Designing Freedom at The Design Museum, London.
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Bachelor of Arts (BA) The Glasgow School of Art
Glasgow, United Kingdom
During my time studying Visual Communication at The Glasgow School of Art I was interested in projects that involved the wider community. I was also involved in organising and participating in events within the art and music scene. As part of an ‘Artists and Designers in Practice’ module, I worked as a teacher for children who had learning disabilities at Glenburn School. I also worked as an Artist Liaison Assistant at Glasgow International, 2010.