Silkworm Design is a young, dynamic Graphic Design studio. Our main focus is on 'user to computer' interaction. Our company offers a variety of design services that include complete Visual Identity (Logo design, Business Card design, Brochure design...), Web design, Video/Animation and 2D and 3D Games. We are trying to turn the average to exceptional, complicated to clear, old to new and the impractical to user friendly.
The aim of our studio is to transform big ideas into valuable pieces of digital culture. We believe that a good design communicates with the audience rather than decorates. With our team we are able to cover all of your design needs, so don't hesitate to contact us.
I created Silkworm Design in 2010 and have been working as a designer and programmer ever since. I acquired my Bachelor’s Degree in Interactive Media Design from Metropolitan University. I am currently a student at DePaul University pursuing a Master’s Degree in Computer Science.
I have always been interested in the 'behind the scenes' and figuring out how things work. I am in charge of “making things move” turning design into actual web pages, concept art into actual characters that move and interact with one another.
You can see examples of some of my work in the portfolio section.
I am an illustrator, graphic designer and a concept artist. I started drawing when I was about 5 years old.
My first contacts with illustration came from variety of cartoons and later comic books, which had a major impact on my drawing style. From then on my art kept constantly progressing.
Everytime I try to add something new and unique to my illustrations.
I'm a print media designer, but also interested in web design. For me, designing is more than a job, it's my passion. I'm inspired by a good, original and thought through design and those are the characteristics I'm trying to implement in my own work. I'm aesthetically motivated, but on the other hand disturbed by an ugly and unusable design.
I believe that a lot can be accomplished with original and effective design.