Cecilia Serafini’s simple shapes and pretty palettes belie more serious undertones

Date
14 October 2015
Reading Time
1 minute read

Simple geometric forms and cutesy pastel palettes belie the serious undertones in some of graphic designer Cecilia Serafini’s work, which explores issues such as living with obsessive compulsive disorder. Her beautiful print and poster work manages to distill its component elements right down to core forms, using limited colours and crisp shapes to convey just the right amount of flair. We love the typographic choices and strange found imagery on her posters for Power Lunches (a gig venue just down the road from INT towers in east London), as well as the more commercially minded work, such as the triangle motif-laden postcards. London-based but Buenos Aires-born Cecilia only graduated from her MA last year, and from what we’ve seen she’s got a great career ahead of her.

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Emily Gosling

Emily joined It’s Nice That as Online Editor in the summer of 2014 after four years at Design Week. She is particularly interested in graphic design, branding and music. After working It's Nice That as both Online Editor and Deputy Editor, Emily left the company in 2016.

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