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Irina Kopytina is a Russian graphic designer that is currently based in Belgium. Her approach in design includes experiment and finding unusual solutions for regular things. She's interested in getting to the very essence of things and processes that are hidden from people's eyes, based on that she experiments and… Read More
Irina Kopytina is a Russian graphic designer that is currently based in Belgium. Her approach in design includes experiment and finding unusual solutions for regular things. She's interested in getting to the very essence of things and processes that are hidden from people's eyes, based on that she experiments and creates unique outcomes. Irina's wide knowledge is based on her different study experience. She acquired a foundation degree in Central Saint Martins, then she moved on to Holland, where she studied for three years in ArtEZ Academy in Arnhem under supervision of well known Dutch graphic designers such as Thomas Castro, Vinca Kruk, Jeremy Jansens, Remco Van Bladel. After that she acquired her bachelor and master degree in Antwerp Royal Academy in Belgium.

If you have any questions you can contact Irina by email: hello@irinakopytina.com Read Less
  • Intern
    Duval Guillaume — Antwerp, Belgium
  • Intern
    Brand New World — Antwerp, Belgium
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Graduation Exhibition Central Saint Martins
June 2009

ArtEZ Exhibition Show
March 2010, March 2011

ArtEZ and Open Magazine Event
March 2012

Participation in Artesis Type and Motion Week
February 2013

Participation in Breda Graphic Design Week Competition
February 2014

Artesis Masters Miniature Exposition
Marc… Read More
Graduation Exhibition Central Saint Martins
June 2009

ArtEZ Exhibition Show
March 2010, March 2011

ArtEZ and Open Magazine Event
March 2012

Participation in Artesis Type and Motion Week
February 2013

Participation in Breda Graphic Design Week Competition
February 2014

Artesis Masters Miniature Exposition
March 2014

Published in idN magazine in Volume 21. n1
May 2014 Read Less
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