Graphic Design

Olivia Sharkey

I believe that all designs must begin with a strong, well-researched concept driving them. I strive to adapt my work to fit the needs of the client or task and am always interested in exploring new approaches to achieve this. In this way, I believe the relationship between a client and the design team is vital and there should always be strong communication between the two. I enjoy working within a strong team and thrive off of collaboration. I think it is important to consider an interdisciplinary approach, as they can often inspire innovation. The featured image is from Citizen of Everywhere; a typographic campaign originally submitted to the D&AD Awards for Monotype’s brief of celebrating community. The campaign celebrates expatriates and promotes conversation around an international lifestyle within a global climate. The project is intended to bring about positive social change, which I am devoted to incorporating into my design practice. I consider good practice to be a balance of dedication, open mindedness, and a good sense of humour.

Photo of Olivia Sharkey

Degree Show information

Course

Graphic Design

Find my work at the show

Photo of work on display

Impressed? Please share:

Contact the artist

Other work in Graphic Design

Molly Porteous

The project featured is a D&AD project for Durex, for which I created a campaign based around a podcast which aims...

Read more

Anna Macwhirter

I believe in the power of good design to make positive change - whether through a campaign to change attitudes, an...

Read more

Aaron Donald

I‘m a Scottish lasagne loving graphic designer. Being multidisciplinary by nurture; I’ve grown up in a creative...

Read more

Art, Design & Architecture Degree Show Student Form
Your Details
Course/Work Details
Catalogue
Your photo should be saved as a JPEG at 300dpi maximum 4mb
(max 600 characters)
Your photo should be saved as a JPG at 300dpi - maximum 8mb
(max 1500 characters)
Are you happy to be added to the University of Dundee Alumni database? *
This image may be used for marketing purposes (e.g. press releases, websites etc) in the future with the credit given above. *
Please provide us with a link to your website or work related social media page

Edit