grafa

Grafa is a design studio based in London, run by Weronika Rafa. With portfolio spanning across print, digital and environmental graphics we develop customised design solutions for a variety of brands. These include visual identities, events, exhibitions, print materials, publications as well as animations and websites. Our work has been recognised in creative media and received industry awards. Thanks to our extensive network of talent (illustrators, developers, photographers) we are open to all kinds of design challenges.

For any new projects and collaborations please contact us at:
hello@grafa.uk

Degree Shows at London College of Communication

Degree Shows at London College of Communication are an annual celebration of the hard work and achievements of around 1000 graduating students from screen, media and design disciplines. Each year the college opens its doors for thousands of visitors, inviting them to experience the events.

Grafa was responsible for development and creative direction of the events' 2018 identity. We decided to celebrate the shows through quirky typographic approach, illustrated by the observant pair of eyes. This was to emphasise playfulness and creative curiosity within the arts. The symbol was later used across different communications channels, to tie the identity together and create a coherent visual system.

We congratulate the graduating students and celebrate the begginings of their creative adventures. ☻


Visitor portraits by Anna Escobar.

Degree Shows at London College of Communication

Degree Shows at London College of Communication are an annual celebration of the hard work and achievements of around 1000 graduating students from screen, media and design disciplines. Each year the college opens its doors for thousands of visitors, inviting them to experience the events.


Grafa was responsible for development and creative direction of the events' 2018 identity.


We decided to celebrate the shows through quirky typographic approach, illustrated by the observant pair of eyes. This was to emphasise playfulness and creative curiosity within the arts. The symbol was later used across different communications channels, to tie the identity together and create a coherent visual system.


We congratulate the graduating students and celebrate the begginings of their creative adventures. ☻



Visitor portraits by Anna Escobar.