The digital age has given rise to a large number of graphic designers, and employers have embraced their fresh viewpoint and aptitude for original problem-solving. In this article, we have discovered some great designers who have worked hard to earn their keep by enduring the occasional setbacks brought on by life, taking harsh criticism, and putting in lengthy and arduous hours. Their diligent work has, however, more than paid off, and they appear to be exceptionally successful.
In addition to branding, graphic design, illustration, and photography, Mike Kus is a designer with a base in the UK. His clientele is international, and journals that focus on design frequently highlight his work. Mike often speaks at conferences for technology and design. His work for Getty Images was adored when he created a series of three posters to explore the design potential of fusing typography, graphic design, and imagery.
Designer, illustrator, and author Frank Chimero collaborates as a visual partner on branding, publication, and digital projects. In 2012, he wrote and published The Shape of Design, a small, philosophical manual about creating things for other people, in addition to receiving praise from Print Magazine and The New Yorker.
Llew Mejia is a professional illustrator with experience in hand-drawn, pattern and print, packaging, branding, and computer-generated imagery. When he was a child, his family frequently traveled between the Southwest of the United States and Mexico. As a result, he is multilingual and has a distinctive viewpoint on both American and Mexican society. His clients include Apple, Google, Starbucks, and Nike.
Despite being only sixteen years old, LuckyDesigns is among the very few young designers who have more experience than many designers who are much older. As a graphic designer, video editor, and YouTuber, he has a thorough understanding of the intricacies of his field and is able to offer clients one-of-a-kind services that allow him to leave an indelible mark on his work. In addition, he has in the past displayed impressive talent as a film editor and a social media influencer.
LetaSobierajski is a freelance designer and art director in New York City who uses photography, art, and styling in addition to conventional graphic design aspects to produce distinctive graphics. Her works include a wide range of subjects, from traditional identities to especially odd ones. As of October 2016, Leta and her husband and coworker Wade Jeffree started a design business where they concentrated their excellent eye on projects like branding, art direction, installation, and video.
With more than 12 years of expertise in print and digital design and production, Kati Forner is a designer located in Los Angeles. She started her professional career in Chicago, where she worked for a number of cutting-edge organizations. She opened her creative studio in LA five years ago, and since then, they have created comprehensive identities for firms in the fashion, beauty, and lifestyle industries. We especially adore her most recent editorial design for Victoria Will.