Lara Wilkin

Graphic Designer

Germany

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AWARDS

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Lara Wilkin born in Gladbeck, Nordrhein-Westfalen (NRW) is a Graphic Designer, Illustrator and Scenographer from Germany who is specialized and focused on profounded and social Illustrations and Vector Illustrations full of details. She got the Bachelor of Arts in “Design-Media-Communikation“ and the Master of Arts at the subject area of “Scenography and Communication“ at the University of Applied Science and Arts - Fachhochschule Dortmund. Information graphics are also a great area of interest for Ms. Wilkin. She likes to take the viewer of their work on a journey, provocative trips, insightful and informative trips - trips into the details.

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EDUCATION

Fachhochschule Dortmund - B.A. Design Media Communication, Germany
Fachhochschule Dortmund - M.A. Scenography and Communication, Germany

CEO by Lara Wilkin (Design Company) & Scientific Employee – Communication & Visual Management at Fachhochschule Dortmund FB 10 / / Information Technology

WORKING EXPERIENCES

AWARDS AND PRIZES

2020 NYX Award – America 2x Grand & 2x Gold
2019 2 x Silver - A' Design Award & Competition
2016 1st place Adobe Student Rep World-Ranking
2016 Nomination - German Design Award
2015 Nomination / Final - Future Award
2015 Red Dot – “Best of the Best“ & Nomination for the Junior Prize
2015 Appeltatenstatur Competition Gladbeck - Gold
2015 ADC Art Directors Club - Silver Nail
WS 2013 / 14 GWA Junior Agency Award 4.
SS 2013 GWA Junior Agency Award, Bronce
WS 2012 / 13 Podestausstellung, Reispuff, Silver
2010 Drawingcontest black & white, Gold
2009 RE City harbor Logo Contest Silver & Bronze
2008 Recklinghausen Old Town Logocontest Gold

2012 / 13 German Schoolarship (Deutschlandstipendium)
2013 / 14 German Schoolarship (Deutschlandstipendium)
2018 / 19 German Schoolarship (Deutschlandstipendium)

SELECTED PROJECTS

Lost Species

FUNCTION:

Education Illustrations

LOCATION:

YEAR:

2020

Aerial View of Forest

ABOUT

The three information graphics serve as a basis to introduce the topic of the Lazarus-Effect. They include The Six Major Mass Extinctions, Death Watch of the Species, as well as an information graphic of the local Fern Plants and Flowering Plants (based on the Rote Liste, 2018).

Aerial View of Forest
Aerial View of Forest
Aerial View of Forest
Aerial View of Forest

PHOTO CREDITS:

Zoologisches Forschungsmuseum Alexander Koenig Adenauerallee 160 53113 Bonn Germany Tel: +49 228 9122-0 Fax: +49 228 9122-212 Museum für Naturkunde - Berlin Invalidenstr. 43 10115 Berlin Germany Tel: +49 030 889140 - 8591 Fax: + 49 030 889140 - 8814 Naturhistorisches Museum Wien Maria-Theresien-Platz 1010 Wien Tel.: + 43 1 52177-0 Fax: + 43 1 52177-578

COPYRIGHTS:

Lara Wilkin

Lazarus Effekt

FUNCTION:

Campaign Illustrations

LOCATION:

YEAR:

2020

Aerial View of Forest

ABOUT

The development of The Lazarus Effect is based on the theme of the Lazarus-Effect, as coined by paleontologist David Jablonski. This pertains to the unintentional rediscovery (by accident, through expedition or through relocation projects) of a previously lost or considered extinct form of life. The project is a multimedia awareness campaign using black and white vector illustrations of representatives from flora and fauna that are currently subject to the Lazarus-Effect. The illustration of the German Lazarusse should act as the visual key of the campaign and unite all components. The large prints attract attention, you can't overlook them. The black and white vector style combines the different media parts of the campaign. At the tall buildings they look admonishingly at the viewer. They were considered extinct by humans and returned as symbol of warning.

Aerial View of Forest
Aerial View of Forest
Aerial View of Forest
Aerial View of Forest

Lara Wilkin

PHOTO CREDITS:

Lara Wilkin

COPYRIGHTS:

Schlachtfeld Wildnis

FUNCTION:

Illustration

LOCATION:

Germany

YEAR:

2018

Aerial View of Forest

ABOUT

The black and white illustrations of “Schlachtfeld Wildnis“ are the basics for the detailed vector-work illustration campaign, with a deep social background of illegal waste disposal. Lara Wilkin intend from an illustrativ and visual point of view the processing who is based on the animal representative characters, in order to arouse the viewer`s curiosity as well as to make his exploring insight possible. In the conception, the typography positions are subordinated and are being faced with the picture-objects, the typography is used as an informative topic supplement. The design resisted the exclusive typographical visualization because in the opinion social and environmental issues only leave a lasting impression by visualization.

Aerial View of Forest
Aerial View of Forest
Aerial View of Forest
Aerial View of Forest

PHOTO CREDITS:

Lara Wilkin

COPYRIGHTS:

Lara Wilkin