A little about Bec Adamczewski

Hello and lovely to meet you!

I am a graphic designer, illustrator, muralist and artist based in nipaluna / Hobart and I am fortunate to call the wild and enchanting island of lutruwita / Tasmania home.

I’m passionate about community, as a creative educator, curating exhibitions and hosting speaker events.  My vocation is to create, and inspire others to do the same.

I am one of those creatives that can’t sit still! I am always working on new and exciting projects and I LOVE a challenge!

Are you looking for a graphic designer who will listen to you, step you through the process and bring your ideas to life? If you’re looking to create or refresh some branding, some bespoke illustrations or brighten up a dull wall with a beautiful muralwork with me!

To keep up to date with my current projects follow www.instagram.com/becskidesign

Becski x

Becski - Illustration & Design

Design and Illustration services:

Graphic Design consultation

Illustration; illustrations for graphics, infographs, icons, diagrams, surface pattern and fabric designs, children’s books, book covers, editorial illustration, freelance illustration (for design clients), illustration for products, illustration for fabrication

Branding and Identity

– Print layout design; Brochures, business cards, letterhead, books, documents and more!

– Digital layout design; Social media tiles, web banners, promos, digital assets and more!

– Object design, creation of fabrication files

– Public art

Murals

Wholesale and licensing

– Wholesale of greeting cards and prints available (please get in touch)

– Licensing of illustrations available (please get in touch)

Becski - Art

I’m interested in the place where art and design mediums collide, traditional and digital methods creating new stories for physical and digital spaces.

Much of my work revolves around community and sense of place, providing places for expression and reaffirming shared creative practice.

My current arts practice focuses on the climate crisis and how our interactions with our environment can be a catalyst for change.

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