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- It's Nice That / Feature / 2018 / Google top 25 Graphic Design“Graphic design is dead. The kind I was introduced to is anyway,” so says graphic designer Sebastian Koseda. Since we first spoke to him back in 2012 when he had freshly graduated from Middlesex University (with a fistful of awards from CN, ISTD and D&AD), the graphic designer has graphed his way up the career ladder at Clerkenwell-based digital agency Feed London from junior design to creative director via an MA Visual Communication at the RCA. Among recent successes, Sebastian counts a typogra
- Belvoir Fruit FarmsVarious designs for the ‘Belvoir Fruit Farms’ brand, created throughout my time at Bigfish. These include a limited edition label recently designed to celebrate summer, one in occasion of ‘The Great British Bake Off’ season, seasonal illustrations of the ‘bagatelle game’ for the website, various on-pack promotions as well as the design of a trailer for festival and events. Lifestyle photography: Natalie D’cruz, art direction & styling: Emily Mayor. Copyright © Bigfish Design 2018.
- Whole EarthLinocut illusrations and handmade lettering bring to life the core values of the Whole Earth products: wholesome, earthy, unprocessed, abundant and delicious. The extensive range includes several nut butter variants, soda drinks, coffee alternatives, kethcup, baked beans and cereals. Designed at Bigfish. Copyright © Bigfish Design 2018. Photography: Natalie D’Cruz, styling & art direction: Emily Major
- MediacomMediaCom Inspired Festival Agency Credit to Wonderland Agency Objectives & Strategy To create a socially infectious climate within leading content and connections agency MediaCom, where better performance is associated with high satisfaction and personal fulfillment. Establish a bond and sense of pride to be part of the company’s success by being an active contributor. Results Inspired by the likes of SXSW & Cannes, the team created an interactive festival for MediaCom's 1000 strong workforce. We flipped the traditional internal conference on it's head and through the use of a multiple immersive activities, injected a sense of awakening into guests showing MediaCom in it's best light.
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