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Ana Lapa

Graphic Designer www.analapa.comLondon, United Kingdom
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Ana Lapa

Graphic Designer www.analapa.comLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Ana is a graphic designer from Portugal based in London. She graduated from LCC, UAL, in 2020 and has designed for The Universal Music Group, The Design Museum, The University of the Arts London, Google Cloud and many others. She enjoys challenging, complex and multidisciplinary projects. Currently available as a freelancer. For general enquiries please contact hello.analapa@gmail.com
Projects
  • Brainchild FestivalBrainchild Festival is a three-day festival celebrating creativity, bold ideas and DIY spirit at a peer-to-peer level. It connects the collectives, communities and creative projects that inspire into a program of live music, jam sessions, spoken word, DJ sets, talks, workshops, film, theatre and installation art.
  • The (Un)Necessary of 2020The speculative exhibition The (Un)Necessary of 2020 is set in 2035 and shows how humans were living in 2020 and the impact on their lifestyle on our planet.
  • Music Visualisation with CodeVisual representation through code of the song ‘Time for Us’ by Nicholas Jaar.
  • Universal Production Music x SheSaid.SoI feel very privileged to have designed the LP record for an electronic music album. This album release, is a partnership between Universal Production Music and She Said So, who are an online international community for women in music.
  • Type TributeVinyl LP and Cassette Packaging Design 3 weeks to develop a series of co-ordinated designs for 12-inch vinyl LP and cassette package that allows the full exploration of the typeface Foundry Gridnik by Wim Crouwel. The aesthetic of the vinyl derives inspiration from Wim Crouwel. The grid that is being represented is based on the grid that Wim Crouwel constantly uses for his designs, including the creation of typefaces. The layout of the holes represent the aesthetics of the letters as the 90 deg
  • nicheNiche is a response for my first project as a student at London College of Communication. In this publication, I introduce Dieter Rams, one of the most recognised and influential designers of the 20th Century and his ten principles for good design. The A3 publication is composed by 8 pages, included the front and back cover. It was printed in Riso in 2 colours: orange and black. For the binding, it was sewed with a black thread. 
Work history
    Freelance Graphic DesignerUniversity of The Arts London (UAL)
    London, United KingdomFreelance
    Freelance Graphic DesignerPentagram
     - London, United KingdomFreelance
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Skills
  • Print
  • UX Design
  • Web Design
  • Graphic Design
  • Abobe Creative Suite
  • Editorial Design
  • 35mm Film Photography
  • Letterpress
  • Screen Printing
Education
    BA (Hons) Graphic and Media DesignUniversity of The Arts London (UAL)
    London, United Kingdom
    BA (Hons) Graphic & Media DesignUniversity of The Arts London (UAL)
    London, United Kingdom
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