I’m a multidisciplinary designer specialising in typography, branding, visual and editorial design across all platforms. My work has been displayed in the Museum of Arts and Crafts in Hamburg and featured in the World Brand Design and Computer Arts Magazine. I’ve worked on projects for companies such as Apple, Serif and Guinness. And no, I did not tell Karren Brady to f#*k off.

Bio

My name is Anton Burmistrov. I was born in a country that no longer exists. After that country got a new name I attended the Tallinn School of Arts and later completed a BA in Design Communication at the University of Greenwich. I’ve worked on world-leading brands at various London agencies for over 10 years and now work as a freelance designer. When I don’t work, I travel.

More about me

Skill

Branding
Editorial
Illustration
Lettering
Logo

Motion graphics
Packaging
Typography
Visualisation
Web / Mobile

Ethos

Being a designer isn’t just about shifting a mouse around, it’s about living the craft and making order out of chaos. Using one’s skills to evoke emotion.

Recognition

My work has been featured by a number of well-known platforms, including the Museum of Arts and Crafts of Hamburg, Computer Arts Magazine and Advanced Photoshop Magazine, amongst others.

Brand

Each client is different and I adapt my methods and processes according to each individual brief, using the skills I’ve developed over the years to work flexibly and efficiently. Here is a list of the brands that I’ve worked on:

Side projects

2015 — ongoing

Train to Kitezh

My travel dispatches, stories, photographs and places

2017 — 2019

Salt Daze

Storytelling project about cultural phenomena, social issues and local customs

2008 — ongoing

Vomit

Brainstorming regurgitated concepts and unaccepted design ideas

2015

Narcissist

Photographs of people walking by the highly-reflective glass and looking at themselves