About

Marta Gawin (born in 1985, Poland) is a multidisciplinary graphic designer specialized in is a multidisciplinary graphic designer specialized in visual identity, communication, poster, exhibition, sign systems, book and editorial design. Since her MA in Graphic Design (Academy of Fine Arts, Katowice) in 2011, she has been working as a freelancer for cultural institutions and commercial organizations. Her design approach is conceptual, logical and content-driven. She treats graphic design as a field of visual research and formal experiments.

AWARDS
2015 — German Design Award — Silever
2015 — Klub Twórców Reklamy — Nomination
2014 — Klub Twórców Reklamy — Silver
2014 — Klub Twórców Reklamy — Bronze
2014 — Silesian Icon Award
2014 — European Design Award — Nomination
2013 — European Design Award — Silver
2013 — Klub Twórców Reklamy — Nomination
2011 — Best Design Diploma — Graduation Projects International Design Review
2011 — Best Graphic Design Diploma of Academies of Fine Arts in Poland 
2011 —  Best Graphic Design Diploma of Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice — BPSC Award
2011 — Agrafa Contest — Honorable Mention for the diploma work
2009 — Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of Republic of Poland Scholarship

PRESS & PUBLICATIONS
Communicating Design Through Numbers, PIE books, 2016
[BranD] Magazine, The Narrative of Art Issue, SendPoints, 2016
Exhibition Time!, Sandu Publishing, 2016
Dotted Visuals, SendPoints Publishing Co., 2016
Typography – Exploring the Limits, Sandu Publishing Co., 2016
Printing Colors in Graphic Design-CMYK & PMS, SendPoints Publishing Co., 2016
RSVP — Invitation Design for Special Occasions, Sandu Cultural Media, 2015 
Ultramaryna, 07/08.2014
Pioneers Layout Design, Sendpoints Publishing Co., Ltd., 2014
2+3D, #52, 3/2014
Geometric Graphics, Sandu Cultural Media, 2014
[BranD] Magazine, The Narrative of Art Issue, SendPoints, 2014
Making a Splash: Graphics that Flow, viction:ary, 2014
Neon, New Fluorescent Graphics, viction:ary, 2013
IDPURE #32, 2013
TYPO, #47, spring 2012
2+3D, #42, 1/2012


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