“Graphic design is dead. The kind I was introduced to is anyway,” so says graphic designer Sebastian Koseda. Since we first spoke to him back in 2012 when he had freshly graduated from Middlesex University (with a fistful of awards from CN, ISTD and D&AD), the graphic designer has graphed his way up the career ladder at Clerkenwell-based digital agency Feed London from junior design to creative director via an MA Visual Communication at the RCA. Among recent successes, Sebastian counts a typographic installation piece for Seoul typography biennale Typojanchi Biennale, the transformation of a discarded theatre into a cutting-edge space in Sheffield, the redesign of a record label Mute with Adrian Shaughnessy and saving the Southbank skate spot. We caught up with Sebastian for a closer look at his work.
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