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Contact

Please inquire here or by email, hello@juliakostreva.com

About

Julia Kostreva is an American artist and designer in Brooklyn, NY.

Her work includes Brand Identity / Strategy / Art Direction / Design, Commissions and Brand Partnerships.

As a brand designer, she works with companies on the brand strategy side to pinpoint their niche and to determine a cohesive visual aesthetic, and on the design side to establish the identity and create cohesive branding across all touch points, print to digital. Depending on the size of the project, Julia leads a team of creatives, photographers, writers, and developers. We do both custom web design and Squarespace sites. Over the last few years, we have developed brand identities, photography, packaging, printed materials, and websites for a wide range of clients both large and small– putting effort into projects that will create the highest impact and most value for growing brands.

Julia's product collections have been sold at Target, Need Supply, Anthropologie, Schoolhouse Electric, and Urban Outfitters. Her artwork and limited editions have been sold at CB2, Serena & Lily, and West Elm. She has been noted as a top 6 "designer to watch" by Lonny Magazine. She is currently developing a new body of paintings.

Panels and Workshops

valiocon, San Diego
Building the Brand, Makeshift Society, SF
Making Products, designervaca, Palm Springs

 

Published in

Nominated Art Director’s Club Young Guns 15: Creative Professionals Under 30
Paste Magazine’s the 23 Best Designers, 15
Awarded in Print Regional Design Annual
Nice to Meet You Again – Viction Workshop
Palette 07 : Monotone – Viction Workshop
Design:Paper – Public School
Iron Beasts Make Great Beauty – Studio on Fire
Design School Confidential – Steven Heller

 

Mentions & Features

Top 6 "designer to watch" – Lonny Magazine
20 Best Places to Buy Art Online – MyDomaine

 

Education

Julia was educated at Maryland Institute College of Art with a BFA in Graphic Design and concentration in Printmaking. She was a Peer Career Advisor and a teaching assistant for painting (MICA) and book arts (Corcoran College of Art).