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2015 One Show Design Jury

Nina Granath

Creative Director

Stockholm Design Lab

Stockholm

Nina Granath is a Senior Graphic Designer and Creative Director at Stockholm Design Lab, a multidisciplinary studio, founded in 1998 and one of Europe's most respected design companies. She studied graphic design at Berghs School of Communication after years within advertising and magazine design in Stockholm.

At Stockholm Design Lab, Nina has extensive experience working with a wide range of national and international clients, helping small businesses and large corporations to transform their brands. Projects has been ranging from the smallest herring can to large exhibitions like The International Art Exhibition in Venice, design platform and strategy for the Swedish Airports, packaging for Absolut Vodka, Askul (Japan) and IKEA (as Art Director worldwide for IKEA Food) as well as visual identities for a pharmacy, a museum and numerous retailers to name a few.

In 2012 Nina Granath was awarded a Gold in Cannes Lion Design Awards and a Red Dot Award for the packaging design of Ikea Food as well as a Cannes Lion Bronze for the Identity of Vårdapoteket Pharmacy. In 2010 she was awarded with a Cannes Lion Gold as well as the Swedish Advertising Awards, for the visual identity of the 53rd International Art Exhibition in Venice, together with the Creative Director and founder Björn Kusoffsky. The project also received awards from One Show, Design S and the Hong Kong Design Award.

Nina Granath has been represented in juries, advisory boards and evaluation projects concerning design and advertising in both Sweden and abroad, and her work is represented in the design collection of the National Museum of Art in Stockholm.

 

 

 

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