Isabella Vecchi

Isabella Vecchi

Digital DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
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Isabella Vecchi

Isabella Vecchi

Digital DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Hello! My name is Isabella and I'm a digital and graphic designer with a background in luxury fashion and beauty. I graduated in 2018 from London College of Communication (UAL), where I studied Design for Art Direction. At University I had the chance to experiment in multiple fields and collaborate with fellow creatives, learning the skill to build a creative team around me and actively working as an art director on my self initiated projects; while when working solo I taught myself how to 3D print, do basic 3D modelling and animations, screenprint and more. I’m a curious, inquisitive person who is always trying to learn something new and developing new projects, and just in the past three years I had my work exhibited at Somerset House, had an installation for Milan’s Design week and worked during London Fashion week. Let me show you some of my work!
  • Designflow 2019 competition entry
    Designflow 2019 competition entry
  • Mascbraü
    MascbraüThis was a graphic design commission for the branding and label of the independent beer brand Macbraü, brewed on the Italian Alps.
  • R/GAxFitBit
    R/GAxFitBitR/GAxFitBit is the outcome of a collaborative design project between London College of Communication and R/GA London, exploring the emerging field of connected spaces. I worked on this project with three graphic designers, with the task to find a solution to make the space at R/GA more connected and engaging, using the technology already present in the office.
  • Visuals for Somerset House's TBCTV
    Visuals for Somerset House's TBCTV“Transforming Somerset House’s Lancaster Rooms into a mock television studio, TBCTV is an installation that brings together visual art performance and theatre, opening in October from Studios residents Mel Brimfield, Ewan Jones Morris and Chloe Lamford. TBCTV presents rolling coverage across its six TV channels showing a range of moving image work including show reels, music videos and animations.“
  • Form over function
    Form over functionTaking the shape of a printed catalogue, “Form over function” is a multidisciplinary project that explores the space between reality and fiction in the context of branding. To work on this project I collaborated with a set designer for the renderings and with a photographer for the pictures.
  • Not the best George
    Not the best GeorgeI shot these pictures for the LCF womaswear student George Boyle, which for his second year’s final collection played with the themes of sexuality, gender roles and masculinity, creating unique garments halfway in between sportswear and drag.
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Work history
    Junior Digital DesignerUSC
    London, United KingdomFull Time
    Junior Graphic DesignerMZ Skin
    London, United KingdomFull Time
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  • Digital Design
  • Creative Direction
  • Photography
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Adobe Indesign
  • Adobe Muse
    University of The Arts London (UAL) logo
    University of The Arts London (UAL) logo
    BA in Design for Art DirectionUniversity of The Arts London (UAL)
     - London, United Kingdom
    PLeNTY - Student Choice Winner
    Blogging competition focused on the students Critical and Theoretical Studies Blogs; pize awarded during the Thesis InForm Symposium at London College of Communication.