Hi there, I'm Dominik! I am a Graphic Designer and Art Director with 6 years experience in creative industry.
I can draw, paint and photograph (or use a ready artwork if you have one) to design a children's book cover. I have designed them for such authors as: Tom Palmer, Robert Swindells, Chris Priestley, Catherine MacPhail, Phil Earle, Bernard Ashley, Linda Newbery, Eric Brown and many more. If you also need to design professional marketing materials to promote your book you've found the right guy. I gained experience in advertising working as na art director in a worldwide known agency, creating BTL and ATL campaigns for Garnier, Renault, Orange and Nestle. My first kids campaign for Nestle (Cactus Ice-cream) won a Silver EFFIE Award Poland for the most effective campaign of the year. The brand heroes I've designed are still extremely popular among kids and teenagers. I can also design and generate a fancy font based on a handwriting (your's or mine;), you can check one in the intro of the UK Edition of Baroux nad Bessora's ALPHA Picturebook. With my previous advertising agency experience I know what the word deadline means, that is why job's always done on time. Happy to answer any questions!
Marketing Materials, Book Cover Design, Illustration.
I designed various promo marketing materials, book covers (including creating illustration and typo), internal artwork for such authors as: Tom Palmer, Chris Priestley, Phil Earle, Catherine MacPhail, Bernard Ashley, Robert Swindells and many more.
Developing ATL and BTL campaigns for SABMiller and Pernod Ricard. Character design for National Cider Producers Association.
Developing ATL, BTL and Digital campaigns for worldwide known brands (Nestle, Garnier, Orange). Won Silver EFFIE award for my first tv commercial "Cactus Ice Cream" for Nestle. I also designed brand heroes (Nestle, Orange) developed for tv commercials.
Pisa, 1299. In the male-dominated world of Renaissance Italy, Netta is an ambitious young woman and the last in the line of a great family of sculptors and stone-carvers. Determined to throw off the shackles of marriage, Netta sets out to take up her family's legacy and work on fixing the city's leaning tower. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 12+
You're only someone at Sam's school if you carry a knife, or so Sam thinks. He's convinced a blade is the only way to keep the Sharks off his back. But Sam is about to find out the hard way that a knife is never a good idea. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers aged 12+
Billy's grandfather is a retired astronaut who likes to take Billy on trips around planet Earth. But when the ship's computer takes over, they suddenly find themselves zooming away on a grand tour of the Solar System! But when the computer system fails and Billy's grandfather is forced to pilot the ship manually through the treacherous asteroid belt! Will they make it home alive? A fun, fast-p... read more
Lena's mum is expecting a new baby but Lena is more interested in her own concerns, most pressingly her quest for as many Scout badges as her sleeve can hold and having fun at Polish Club. When Lena's mum goes into labour, the midwife is caught in traffic and dad's out of range, Lena suddenly faces a challenge like no other!A wonderfully heartfelt tale, from a writer renowned for his realism, ... read more
When Mikey's dad died, something in Mikey died too. He loved his old man and he never stopped dreaming that one day his dad would land the role of a lifetime, prove them all wrong, and rock back up to the estate in the flashiest car anyone had ever seen. Now there's just numbness, and not caring, and really, really stupid decisions. He says the worst of it is that he can't evenremember his dad... read more
A hundred years ago, women didn't have the vote. When Lizzy Frost becomes involved with the fledgling Suffragette movement, it expands her horizons in ways she never could have imagined. From time spent in prison for the cause, to new relationships with fellow campaigners, Lizzy's struggle for votes for women sets her heart on fire. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic ... read more
During the Blitz, Bill wishes he had a brother rather than his sister. After the raid, the family find and adopt a badly mutilated boy, his face so heavily bandaged that they can see nothing but his eyes. But the boy's behaviour grows more and more sinister by the day until one day he takes off the bandages - and Bill is horrified to see his own face staring back at him...A historical chiller.... read more
Everyone is freaked out when circles of scorched earth start appearing in Halifax - on the moors, the parks and even the football pitches. Seth is most disturbed of all - he sees the shadows of the past. But when he looks into a Viking's murderous eyes and smells the stink of burning flesh, Seth knows he must stop this cycle of supernatural suffering. With his friend Nadiya, can he discover th... read more
What transforms an ordinary Edinburgh boy into the most infamous split personality of all time? This vividly imagined diary of the young Henry Jekyll examines the contradictions within us all and teases out one possible backstory for the character in Robert Louis Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. A haunting and atmospheric imagining of a classic tale. Particularly suitable... read more
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