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Linda Lundin

Design directorLondon, United Kingdom
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Linda Lundin

Design directorLondon, United Kingdom
About me
I am the co-founder of Park Studio, an independent graphic design company based in London, UK. It was founded by myself and Nina Nägel in 2002. We work with a broad range of clients on a variety of projects, and aim to forge long-term collaborative client relationships whilst providing creative, thoughtful and crafted design solutions. My work includes book and publication design, visual identity design, website design, exhibition graphics and design/art direction for creative campaigns. Clients include Art Fund, British Council, Design Museum, Government Art Collection, Scala Publishers,Tate Publishing, Thames & Hudson and V&A Publishing.
  • West Norwood Feast art direction and website design
    Design for West Norwood FEAST, a volunteer-powered street market festival across 5 high-street ‘hubs’ in West Norwood SE27, running on the first Sunday of every month. Space-makers – the regeneration group behind Brixton Village – came up with the market idea in 2011, to give a boost to a forgotten borough. Seven years later, it’s resulted in a successful celebration of the diversity, talent and entrepreneurial skills in the area. Park Studio has designed all the marketing material since 2016,
  • Winnie-the-Pooh: Exploring a Classic book design
    Book design for Winnie-the-Pooh: Exploring a Classic, by Annemarie Bilclough and Emma Laws, published by V&A Publishing. Published to accompany a major V&A exhibition on Winnie-the-Pooh. This book explores the story behind the development of Winnie-the-Pooh and friends through the creative collaboration between author A.A. Milne and illustrator E.H. Shepard. The book includes a chapter dedicated to exploring Milne’s playful and unique writing style, accompanied by typographic illustrations.
  • An Eyeful of Wry exhibition identity design
    Exhibition identity for An Eyeful of Wry, an exhibition of works from the UK Government Art Collection at the Brynmor Jones Library gallery at the University of Hull. Presenting works rife with wit and a hint of the absurd, An Eyeful of Wry is an exhibition intent on exploring art cut with a wry sense of humour. The selected artworks offer an insightful look at the blend of art and comedy that has shaped the Government Art Collection since its inception. The identity takes its inspiration from
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Projects credited in
  • Feast West Norwood
    West Norwood Feast brings a volunteer powered street market festival to Norwood Road on the first Sunday of every month; April to December, 10am – 4pm
Work history
    Design DirectorPark Studio
    London, United KingdomFull Time
  • Book Design
  • Web Design
  • Logo Design
  • Visual Identity
  • Exhibition Branding
  • Campaign Design
  • Typography
  • Creative Direction
  • Publication Design
  • Marketing Campaigns
    (BA hons) Graphic DesignCentral Saint Martin School Of Art and Design
     - London, United Kingdom
    Foundation Diploma in Art and DesignChelsea College of Art and Design
     - London, United Kingdom