“Like most people now in their 20s, I was raised by the internet. I was manipulating images as soon as I got my first computer,” says New York City-based graphic designer Si Weon Kim. Downloading Photoshop at a young age, Si Weon began making covers for her burned mix CDs at 11. She has now developed a subtle yet accomplished aesthetic, her early interactions with the internet still evident throughout her work, stating artists such as Sondra Perry as an inspiration.
Although both in their final year of the graphic communication design course at Central Saint Martins, for Albert Riera Galceran and Reuben Beren James, fine art has always been their first love. “We came into graphic design through our interest in fine art, being really passionate about how that could feed into our design practice,” Reuben tells It’s Nice That.