Carmellia Indrawati

Carmellia Indrawati

Graphic & Textile DesignerBogota, Colombia
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Carmellia Indrawati

Carmellia Indrawati

Graphic & Textile DesignerBogota, Colombia
About me
Hello! I’m Carmellia - an Indonesian designer currently based in Bogotá, Colombia. I’m passionate about colour, shape and composition at any scale, medium and function. I have graphic design experiences related to interior design, architecture, urban planning as well as textiles from London, Colombia and Indonesia. I create a range of graphic work including stylised interior and architecture illustrations, maps, company portfolios and graphics for textile designs. While in Colombia, I also worked on my passion project - Küe Nastar, a small Indonesian dessert business. This personal project combines two of my favourite things - design and baking. I was able to explore and learn about brand identity, packaging design and creative direction. I'm searching for a new design oriented role where I can learn and further extend my expertise. If you like my portfolio and want to work together, I’d love to hear from you.
  • Reclaim Holloway
    Reclaim Holloway'Reclaim Holloway' is a grassroots coalition fighting for Holloway's 8 acre site (which use to be a women's prison) to be used for collective good. I worked as a volunteer graphic designer and created the below infographic flyer on how developing a new community centre (as opposed to a new luxury residential development) in Islington will benefit the neighbourhood and its residents. The work you'll see below was a collaboration between myself (graph designer), London School of Economics and Poli
  • Reclaiming the City
    Reclaiming the CityGraphic design work for London School of Economic's City Design Research Studio (of the MSc in City Design and Social Science programme). The zine focuses on the planned redevelopment of the Holloway Women's Prison site in the London borough of Islington - under the title of 'Reclaiming the Holloway Prison Site'. In addition to showcasing the studio's research outcomes, the visual theme (especially the cover) is based on the physical architecture of the prison itself (such as the yellow waves
  • 80's x Mondrian
    80's x MondrianPoster competition submission for Print Club London Screen print exhibition: Blisters Season 8. The theme was 'Way Back When...' - looking back and remembering the past to grab inspiration from a past decade, iconic moment, a personal memory or a moment in time that you wish you were there.
  • Future Sunset
    Future SunsetEntry for Adobe Design Achievement Awards 2019: This artwork is my interpretation of a sunset. I wanted to translate the emotional sensation of watching the sun set in a city setting: the sun falls while creating a warm orange glow in the sky, the air becomes cooler while the background turns dark blue, but not before seeing the purple hue between the building in the distant cityscape. I was interested in striking balance and calm using gradients and textures especially because the artwork host
  • Posterheroes 2019
    Posterheroes 2019Poster competition submission for - Posterheroes is an international contest about social communication that calls for poster 70×100 cm about social and environmental themes. This year's (2019) theme is: Integration, immigration policies and diversity in contemporary society. The winners will be announced end of summer 2019. A little about the design: The poster is about migrant inclusion in urban settings. Well-defined circles represent ethnic groups and waves show integration
  • The Slide
    The SlideDigital artwork submission for POUND Competition. POUND is an experimental competition to see if a micro-scale art funding project can exist solely on the change in our pockets. A project funded by artists, for artists. The winning artist(s) is awarded the ‘pot’ of submission fees collected and is expected to invest this money in themselves, their practice, or a new piece of work. The judging process is still taking place and winner(s) will be announce mid-late July 2019. *fingers crossed
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Work history
    Creative AssistantHouse of Rolfe
     - London, United KingdomFreelance
    Assisting artist with creative processes.
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    Creative & Administrative AssistantFloor_Story
     - London, United KingdomFull Time
    Liaising with artists and designers on various intrerior projects while managing various responsibilities in a retail environment and working on some designs for rug production purposes.
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    Masters of Urban PlanningThe University of Melbourne
     - Melbourne, Australia
    Bachelor of Interior DesignSwinburne University of Technology
     - Melbourne, Australia