Nikos Georgopoulos

Nikos Georgópoulos


Nikos Georgópoulos is an award-winning graphic designer and art director based in London. Described by London College of Fashion’s Creative Director as ‘sensitive, considered and essentially poetic’, his practice is best known for designing ideas driven visual identities, books and websites for clients across the spectrum of fashion, culture and architecture. He has studied Graphic Design and Visual Communication at Vakalo (BA Hons, MA) in Athens, and at Camberwell College of Arts (MA) in London, where he conducted practice-based research exploring the relation between Identity and Archives. Aside from running his eponymous practice, Nikos oversees the graphic design direction of Pollard Thomas Edwards architects in London and since 2018 he is also teaching Typography and Graphic Design at London College of Communication, UAL.

Recent projects include: the design of wayfinding and typeface for Alma Estate; art direction of Frieze Art Fair exhibition guide; 6 Proposals for a 21st Century University for the Architecture Foundation; the proposal for London’s Freud Museum fictitious visual identity programme; and graphic identity and ongoing consultancy for Pollard Thomas Edwards architects, Fashion Space Gallery, Centre for Sustainable Fashion and Harrow Council.


London, United Kingdom






Frieze Art Fair
Architecture Foundation
Fashion Space Gallery
Hommage Collection Santorini
Helen Storey Foundation
Centre for Sustainable Fashion
London College of Fashion
Leon of Athens
Irene Skylakaki
HTA Design LLP
UDO objects
Mimosas Dream Records
Sony Music Greece
Harrow Council, London
Freud Museum London
Nikos Georgopoulos Client: UDO Objects Title: UDO Visual Identity

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