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Sthuthi Ramesh

Graphic DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
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Sthuthi Ramesh

Graphic DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
A multidisciplinary graphic designer currently based in London, UK. My work ranges from corporate identity, typography, editorial design, to illustration and photography. With an indian background, colours form an integral part of my work. I enjoy combining design with experimental details, cultural context and fresh thinking, giving the outcomes of my work an often surprising element.
Projects
  • Jhaveri Contemporary/Frieze Art Fair, London
    Collaboration with Jhaveri Contemporary, a Mumbai based art gallery, to design their 2019 Frieze Art Fair Catalogue for Indian artist Monika Correa (80). Monika belongs to a small group of Indian textile artists who have elevated weaving to fine art. The catalogue features a monograph of Monika's work by Grant Watson, and presents a group of her black-and-white tapestries made primarily with unbleached cotton and wool.
  • Blackcurrent Visual Identity
    Brief was to create a brand identity and strategy for creative agency BLACKCURRENT run in East London by creative directors Reece and Joshua, both active members of the Black Lives Matter Movement. Strategy and Design Visual identity for BLACKCURRENT, a creative agency based in East London that works at the intersection of creative and strategy, helping brands create real dialogues with their audiences. Diversity sits at the head of their creative practice, enabling them to create work that di
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Projects credited in
  • ‘Ferrari: Under the Skin’
    Written by Fadi Dada A major new exhibition at the Design Museum marks the 70th anniversary of an iconic sports car brand.
Work history
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    Graphic DesignerMade Thought Design Ltd
     - London, United KingdomFreelance
    Graphic DesignerPentagram
     - London, United KingdomFreelance
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Skills
  • Print Design
  • Branding
  • Book Design
  • Editorials