Ewelina Dymek

Freelance Illustrator / Graphic Designer

Poznan, Poland

Work Experience

Ewelina Dymek

Freelance Illustrator / Graphic Designer

I'm a self-taught freelance illustrator based in Poland represented by JSR Agency (UK). My technique heavily relies on combining pencil drawing, collage and digital tools, which gives me a lot of creative freedom. Apart from drawing, I'm also skilled at designing branding and corporate identity.

I'm responsible for:
- art direction
- conceptual illustrations
- realistic drawing combined with collage
- branding
- logo design
January 2014 - Poland

Uniforma Studio

Junior Graphic Designer

Uniforma Studio is a Poznań-based creative studio founded in 2007 by Michał Mierzwa, responsible for designing visual identity of brands and products using a wide range of digital solutions and often collaborating with other designers

I have been responsible for:
- logo design
- corporate identity design
- branding
- desktop publishing (DTP)
- creating and managing a project's moodboards
- print design
May 2016 - May 2018 Poland

Graphic Conference Projekcje

Co-founder & Co-organiser

Projekcje (eng. Projections) is the event organised by designers for other designers. Its main aim is to bring the members of graphic designers’ community together and to inspire them to be creative by inviting a number of well-known designers of various specialisations from Poland and abroad.

I have been responsible for:
- social media management
- PR management
- contact with the conference's media partners
- interviews with the conference's speakers
November 2017 - Poland


Collegium Da Vinci

Postgraduate Studies in Graphic Design

2013 - 2014 Poznań, Poland

Adam Mickiewicz University

Master of Arts (M.A.) in English Language

2011 - 2013 Poznań, Poland


English (Fluent),
Spanish (Conversational),
Polish (Native),


Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Indesign, Adobe Photoshop, Art Direction, Branding, Branding Photography, Corporate Identity, Design, Illustration, Layout Design, Logo Design, Photography, Social Media,

Selected Illustration Projects

A series of 22 ilustrations used on invites for US Trust events. Each illustration represents an event's theme.

A series of 5 fashion illustrations published in a French fashion, art & lifestyle quarterly magazine, Citizen K as a double page feature about “Oud” perfumes: Louis Vuitton “Matière Noire”, Strangelove NYC “Silence the Sea”, Christian Dior “Oud Ispahan”, Frederic Malle “The Night” and Boucheron “Oud de carthage”.

A set of four illustrations done for a British luxury jeweller famed for designing, crafting and selling fine jewellery and watches. Throughout its 50-year history David Morris has produced a number of notable works including jewellery for the James Bond film franchise and various pieces commissioned by royal families.

I was asked to create a set of illustrations featuring the most iconic pieces of jewellery designed by David Morris. All of them were used in David Morris' social media channels.

One of 11 illustrations made in collaboration with Condé Nast (It) and Vanity Fair (It) for Phyto. For over half a century, Phyto has been a front-runner in the plant-based hair care industry and has produced salon-quality formulas.

I was asked to create a series of illustrations which show the main aim of the brand, which is to preserve the health and to reveal the natural beauty of your hair, and in natural way. The illustrations were published on Vanity Fair's website.

Selected Publications

MARCH ISSUE: A series of illustrations to accompany the article written by Tom Sietsema published in the Washington Post about the etiquette of photographing one's food at a restaurant and inconvenienced waiters, such as those who have to climb stairs all day because the kitchen is on a different level than the dining room.

MAY ISSUE: A series of illustrations addressing the needs of the disabled community, letting readers know how welcoming the featured restaurants are in Tom Sietsema's column.

A visual interpretation of Falconeri's DNA inspired by natural fibres and the brand's elegant, versatile style.