I’m a Lithuanian graphic designer and who found herself in the busy world of design through studying in University of West London. I began studying Graphic Design with a background of doing mostly illustration and experiments with animation. I’m curious about many things in design and arts but I do have plenty of pleasure in creating motion and still pieces in 3D and 2D software as well as designing posters, books, magazines and other publications whilst putting loads of attention to details, geometry and symmetry.
- Descendants - Second EditionMy first client was Margaret Noel, founder Descendants, an arts-focused educational project aimed at children and young people aged 4-18 years primarily – though not exclusively – of African and Caribbean descent. The task was to bring a new and fresher look for the second book for Descendants where the community members share their experiences as being part of this organisation or/and being of African and Caribbean descent.
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- University of West London, BA (Hons) Graphic Design (Visual Communication and Illustration)In the ever-evolving creative industries, graphic design now helps shape the way we respond to, think about, and interact with almost, well, everything! BA (HONS) GRAPHIC DESIGN (VISUAL COMMUNICATION & ILLUSTRATION) at the University of West London is rooted in the foundational aspects of graphic design like typography, illustration, problem-solving and idea generation while simultaneously being rigorously contemporary and forward-looking. We build skills and welcome the constant state of concep14
- > More Than Just A Pretty FaceFor our 2020 submission to D&AD's New Blood Festival, we selected Google and HMTC's brief. As three young female designers we were instantly drawn to this brief. As a collective we have used this brief, as an opportunity to voice our outrage against, the objectification of women, along with our passion for typography. The objective behind the campaign, More Than Just A Pretty Face, is for any female to feel they are being taken seriously, within whatever they choose to do. Women have more to o
- Badges of RecognitionMyself and my creative collective Rule of Three, graduated at the worst time possible: smack, bang in the middle of the pandemic. In a time full of uncertainty, we decided upon making a set of badges with the sole objective to congratulate our fellow newly grads. The messages received after designing and posting these packages, to our peers and friends, was one of shared comfort, acknowledgement and admiration. This project aided the three of us to not to be defeated by the bleak time, we were
- Adobe After Effects
- Adobe Indesign
- Adobe Illustrator
- Adobe Photoshop
- Editorial Design
- Motion Design
- Cinema 4D
- Adobe XD