Zoe Stromberg
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Zoe Stromberg

Designer, Illustrator, Loud LadyLondon, United Kingdom
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Zoe Stromberg

Designer, Illustrator, Loud LadyLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Zoe Stromberg is a 25 year old designer, illustrator and visual artist who's work focuses on social issues, empowerment and mental heath. Since her graduating project from Goldsmith's University in 2018, Zoe has continued to explore the issue of public sexual harassment (known as catcalling) with her project 'cutecatcalls' and has featured in publications such as Grazia UK and Daily Mail, as well as BBC Radio Scotland and facilitated events with UN Women UK. Along with her ongoing work tackling the stigma of pubic sexual harassment, Zoe has continued to use her skill set to creatively tackle subjects such as sexual harassment and mental health on the rail network with her full time role as Creative Content Creator at British Transport Police where she works on nationwide campaign materials and ideas.
Projects
  • Bodyform UK
    Bodyform UKAs part of Bodyform's ongoing campaign "Womb Stories". the unseen, unspoken, unknown stories of our periods, vulvas and wombs - I was commissioned to illustrate a member of the community's view on living child free for their Instagram. A massive 62% of women who *choose* not to have children feel like they’re misunderstood as being selfish. Karnika described the choice to be child-free as “Leisure, Pleasure, Treasure” and I brought her mantra to life. ​
  • The Vagina Museum
    The Vagina MuseumA contributing artist to The Vagina Museum's ’Open Soon’ series to raise money for the museum's recovery post Covid-19, as it receives no government, council, public or private funding. Featured alongside Laurie Lee, Mr Bingo, Poppy Chancellor and Marylou Faure and over 60 other artist and illustrators. Coverage: The Drum, Ad Week, Creative Boom and Creative Review
  • Safe Spaces Now Launch | UNWomen UK
    Safe Spaces Now Launch | UNWomen UKSafe Spaces Now project is a UN Women UK project, which brings grassroots voices and government policymakers together in the same rooms, to create safer, more inclusive public spaces free from violence today.
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Work history
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    Creative Content OfficerMetropolitan and British Transport Police
    London, United KingdomFull Time
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    Junior DesignerUnity
    London, United KingdomFull Time
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Skills
  • Adobe Graphics
  • After Effects
  • 35mm Film
  • Illustration
  • Graphics
  • Print
  • Digital Design
Education
    Goldsmiths, University of London logo
    Goldsmiths, University of London logo
    BA (Hons) DesignGoldsmiths, University of London
     - London, United Kingdom
    Received 1st class honours.
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    Art and Design FoundationUCA Canterbury
     - Canterbury, United Kingdom
    Received a Merit.