Awarded in various contests including Polish Graphic Design Awards and European Design Awards. Specialized in visual identity and communication, most of all in the field of culture. Has worked with various companies, institutions and individual clients worldwide (e.g. Jagermeister, Red Bull, Ministry of Culture and National Heritage in Poland, Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Washington DC, Polish Academy of Sciences).
Since 2013 she is an Art Director in the Museum of Warsaw for which she has developed and implemented the new visual identity system. A great admirer of typography, geometry and colour grey.
In the visual identity of the Museum of Warsaw the typeface is an extremely important element. It is a point of convergence between different remittances, visual languages, fields and activities – essential for creating a strong brand and effective communication.
Let’s take a closer look at the inspiring makeover process of the Museum of Warsaw – one of the oldest museum institutions in the city which recently underwent thorough renewal and change of image, and is now becoming one of the most influential cultural institutions in Poland.
Prepare your questions and join Krista Radoeva and Boril Karaivanov in a Typoclass Meet & Greet with Ania, who will give professional insights from over 6 years of project evolution in a short presentation.
This website is set with the fonts FS Brabo and Fira, courtesy with kind permission of Fontsmith and bBoxType with cooperation of Krista Radoeva and Botio Nikoltchev. Built and maintained on the Tilda Publishing website constructor platform. The design is by Boril Karaivanov.