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

Interpersonal Attraction

This book is a response to overpresent and overemotional issue of interpersonal attraction. While drawing its chapters from evolutionary psychology, western culture and neuroscience the narrative takes the reader through a layered question of what it means to be attracted to someone?

Design of the volume combines typographic expression with methodical planning, juxtaposing between the two. Ink, distortion and glitches are used to sabotage the book's legibility and symbolise the idiosyncratic nature of the subject.

The flow of information constantly alternates between diverse points of view, making the book question itself.


With thanks to Vanessa Price, Paul Bailey and Tony Credland.

Interpersonal Attraction

This book is a response to overpresent and overemotional issue of interpersonal attraction. While drawing its chapters from evolutionary psychology, western culture and neuroscience the narrative takes the reader through a layered question of what it means to be attracted to someone?


Design of the volume combines typographic expression with methodical planning, juxtaposing between the two. Ink, distortion and glitches are used to sabotage the book's legibility and symbolise the idiosyncratic nature of the subject.


The flow of information constantly alternates between diverse points of view, making the book question itself.



With thanks to Vanessa Price, Paul Bailey and Tony Credland.