Since 2003 Designcollector has been focusing on Russian Creative scene. By this category we mean the profound mix of posts about mature or young and promising Russian-speaking designers. We proved our love to reveal Russian artist on public events like OFFF and happy to speak on any other festivals about the six part of creative Earth. Also continuously improving our hiring experience by advising design personalities for permanent positions for different agencies or freelance. Always open for a talk at email@example.com
Russian paper-craft agency People Too (Lena Erlikh and Aleksey Lyapunov) has been commissioned by Ogilvy & Mather London to create a visual message for Amensty International. I won’t comment the idea but the…
Russian illustrator Xenia Bystrova aka Koivo has recently updated her portfolio with new artworks available for purchase on http://society6.com/koivo
Our friend and very talented graphic designer Pavel Emelyanov has recently completed the work for local print studio F61
We liked the latest digital design from Russian Fiero Animals studio made for local mobile operator of upcoming Winter Olympic Games.
London based graphic designer originally from Russia does a whole lot great things that can be admired on antonburmistrov.com
Fiero Animals is a Moscow based creative retouching and CGi studio specializing in production of high quality commercial CG and photo based imagery for the advertising and entertainment industries. They have updated their…
The way you present your design project or concept is a half of success. Russian brand designer Pavel Emelyanov following this golden rule every time he rolls out another mouthwatering example of branding….
Saatchi&Saatchi Moscow rolled out smart and inspiring press campaign for Schusev State Museum of Architecture Moscow “Discover the full story of architecture” http://www.behance.net/gallery/MA/7868787
This is the delicate paper art of Anatoly Vorobyev from Siberia. Much of his work looks like regular printed illustrations, but the magical part is when you see a close-up picture of the…
Moscow based graphic designer Vova Lifanov from Urobarbos did a nice example of generative identity for a local studio.
Using a portrait of Russian Mathematician Grigori Perelman by artist Jules Julian, designers Alan Temiraev and Volodenka Zotov created a beautifully designed pencil set.