I’m Judith, a graphic designer and illustrator based in London but originally from Montréal. I believe both cities’ great design and cultural scenes have influenced my style. My design work focuses on editorials, publications, branding and art direction. My illustrations are inspired by people I admire, striking images, books, podcasts and snippets of everyday life. I apply my creativity to elevate people and businesses who help, educate or inspire. Because, well, it seems obvious that’s what makes us better and more fulfilled humans. And who doesn’t want that? (It’s a rhetorical question, I don’t want names). If any of those characteristics apply to you and your business and you’d like to work with me, collaborate on a project, or commission an illustration, you can contact me here or on my website contact form.
- The podcasters seriesSome of my favourite podcasts and podcasters. 1. This American Life - Ira Glass 2. Call Your Girlfriend - Ann Friedman and Aminatou Sow 3. Invisiblia - Alix Spiegel and Hanna Rosin 4. In Good Company - Otegha Uwagba 5. The Memory Palace - Nate DiMeo 6. The Allusionist - Helen Zaltzman
- Reading habitThese were just an excuse to mention important and/or beautifully written books, and to imagine interiors in which I’d like to live. Book in image 1: The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison — Book in image 2: Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race by Reni Eddo-Lodge. Plus many other books in the illustration background.
- Youth ActivistsIllustration 1: in 2017 Jamie Margolin co-founded Zero Hour, which organised the first-ever youth climate marches in July 2018. “Climate change is the grand culmination of the consequences of all these systems of oppression: colonialism, patriarchy, racism, and capitalism.” She explains this, and a lot more in the following article and I strongly suggest you read it here. — Illustration 2: I first heard of Greta Thunberg when she gave speeches to the EU leaders and the UK Parliament in April thi
- FleabagA few weeks after the last episode of Fleabag aired on BBC, I found myself still thinking about the second series a lot. It’s not so much that I can relate to the characters’ lives, although I certainly can relate to their emotions, but it’s the dialogue and the storytelling that got me like
- Dmitri Martin AssociatesLogo and stationery design for the architecture and exhibition design practice Dmitri Martin Associates. The monogram formed by the letters DMA is done in a simple light sans serif font. It hints at a floor plan and conveys the minimalist elegance of their work for high profile clients such as the V&A and the National Museum of Scotland.
- Body Care Through The AgesI worked with iProspect London to illustrate, through collages, body care practices throughout history. My work was featured on The Body Shop US website. Not only was it a fun project to work on, but The Body Shop’s manifesto to "enrich, not exploit" (people as well as our planet) is something I can get behind. Although they are falling short on a few targets, they’re on track for great ones like improving the environmental impact of their products, setting up their Community Trade programme (w
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Graphic Designer + IllustratorSelf Employed
London, United KingdomFreelance
Working on both print and digital design Branding Illustration
DesignerDentsu Aegis Network
- London, United KingdomFull Time
Supporting the agency with new business pitches In-house integrated studio work: Illustration/Collage Brochure, poster and banner design Branding for events organised by the company Project management - from initial brief and meeting with client through to delivery Digital design (animated gifs, email templates, digital banners) Infographics
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- Branding Identity
- Adobe Indesign/illustrator/photoshop
- Textile Design
- Art Direction