Anatoly Vyalikh
Graphic Design, Latvia
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Brief Summary
My name is Anatoly Vyalikh.

I'm hereditary* graphic designer, illustrator, typographer born in capital of Latvia, Riga, living in city Daugavpils surrounded by beautiful lakes, forests and fields. In 2010 I have graduated from British Higher School of Art and Design, Moscow (University of Hertfordshire), but currently I study at University of Hertfordshire in the United Kingdom to get Graphic Design (Visual Communications) Bachelors degree.

I create graphic, editorial, packaging, typography design, motion design, illustrations, photographs and animations taking inspiration from nature and history.

* In the 19th century my great-grandpa Matvey being young, worked as a typographer and graphic designer in Omsk (Siberia) for 10 years. At that time it was Russian Empire and country was leaded by Romanov's royal family.

Bayer, Sekret Firmy magazine, Daugavpils region tourism information centre, Shandesign, UK Style,, Publish Magazine, Cutler and Gross, Face Hunter, In Your Pocket city guides, Pioner Cinema, Meta4Labs, Graphic Productions, Promtorgbank, MIAN,, etc.
Professional Experience

2010 – Post It Awards exhibition. Strelka exhibition space (Moscow, Russia).
2010 – Haapsalu Graphic Design Festival (Haapsalu, Estonia)
2010 – Degree Exhibition, British Higher School of Art Design (Moscow, Russia)
2009 – "DesignFormation" exhibition, Flacon design factory (Moscow, Russia)
2009 – "Arī Brīvība" ("Also Freedom") exhibition dedicated to the 20th anniversary of Berlin Wall fall, Latvian National Library (Riga, Latvia)
2009 – "Arī Brīvība" ("Also Freedom") exhibition dedicated to the 20th anniversary of Berlin Wall fall, Riga Goethe Institute (Riga, Latvia)
2009 – Exhibitions in "Koffein" cafe (Moscow, Russia)
2009 – AIGA World Day of Design exhibition (Miami, USA)
2009 – Common Underground Social Poster Project and exhibition in “The Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation” (Miami, USA)
2008 and 2009 – British Higher School of Art and Design student's work exhibition (Moscow, Russia)


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