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Nikos Georgopoulos

Nikos Georgopoulos

  • United Kingdom

Nikos Georgopoulos is an award-winning graphic designer and art director based in London. Described by London College of Fashion’s Creative Director as ‘sensitive, considered and essentially poetic’, his work spans across graphic identities, exhibitions, publications and websites for the fields of fashion, culture and architecture. Selected clients include Frieze Art Fair; Fashion Space Gallery; the Architecture Foundation; Greater London Authority (GLA) and Helen Storey Foundation. In 2015/16 he was the graphic designer of London College of Fashion and Fashion Space Gallery responsible for the conception and design of exhibition identities, publications and printed material.

He has studied Graphic Design and Visual Communication at Vakalo College of Art & Design (BA, MA) in Athens, and at Camberwell College of Arts (MA) in London, where he conducted practice-based research exploring the relation between Identity and Archives.

Nikos’s eponymous studio practice was formed in 2012 and since 2016 he has also been a member of HTA Architects’ Comms team in London. He frequently lectures about graphic design and visual culture and in 2017 he was a speaker at Design Athens and at Typo Berlin conference. Recent projects include: graphic identities for the exhibitions ‘Dress for Our Time’ and Fashion Space Gallery’s ‘Laboratory 12’; art direction of Frieze Projects 2016 catalogue; public art projects for Winstanley & York Road Estate Regeneration; and the design of the website and marketing campaign for the London Architecture Guide. Nikos is a member of the Art Directors Club in New York and since 2018 he is an Associate Lecturer of BA(Hons) Creative Direction for Fashion at London College of Fashion.

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