Anjela Freyja

Designer & Art Director

mail@anjelafreyja.com

Anjela Freyja

Designer & Art Director

mail@anjelafreyja.com

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Anjela Freyja is a multidisciplinary art director currently based in Montreal. Her work is known for combining multiple visual artistic mediums with contemporary and refined typography to communicate compelling brand stories and identities. Creative projects are always approached with consideration of strategic storytelling, classic design principles, and knowledge of future trends. With ten years of professional experience in the design world, her practice now includes the direction of 360° brand experiences and encapsulates print, digital, and environmental applications. 
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Adobe Live: 10 Years of Type (1)
Adobe Live: 10 Years of Type (2)
Brand Magazine: Issue 47
Page Magazine: November 2019 Issue
Fonts in Use: Be on The Right Side of History Posters
Fonts in Use: Be on The Right Side of History Web Design
Mindsparkle Magazine: Flags of America
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2020 marks ten years of doing design and within that decade, many typographic experiments. Ten Years of Type brings together all of these designs, paired down to black and white, and formatted to fit over 200 posters brought together in a photographic editorial. Each poster has a story and speaks to a moment from the last decade. 2020 marks ten years of doing design and within that decade, many typographic experiments. Ten Years of Type brings together all of these designs, paired down to black and white, and formatted to fit over 200 posters brought together in a photographic editorial. Each poster has a story and speaks to a moment from the last decade. 
LondonCalling
A celebration of the punk movement and its influence on fashion. Featuring a visual campaign encapsulating photography, video, and collaged elements, as well as a experiential exhibit, all designed to be evocative of London in the 1970s.
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An immersive exhibit inspired by California in the psychedelic 1960s, with a sweet, playful twist. Modelled after vintage motels and featuring five immersive rooms, a hotel pool filled with rainbow balls and turquoise palm trees overlooking the event. The exhibit travelled through eight Canadian cities and has been tagged over 6000 times on Instagram.
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When migrants venture through the desert in hopes to arrive to America, they do out of desperation and the necessity refuge. These journeys are painstaking and taken due to a lack of resources and the sanctity of human preservation. The current American administration treats these refugees as criminals, locking them in detention centers and justifing their policies with racist, untrue rhetoric. It is estimated that there are over 2000 innocent children detained in inhumane conditions without their parents. 
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Fashion Editorial for Goop, Issue 3. Featuring antique, scientific botanical illustrations provided by The Museum of Natural History of London. With modelling from Ruby Aldridge and photography from Royal Gilbert.
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A photographic and historical book featuring the complete works of architect Luis Barragan. Throughout the book, focus is conitnually drawn to Barragan's use of light; that which he chose to highlight with it, and what he chose to hide in darkness.
BeOnTheRightSideofHistory
A celebration of the punk movement and its influence on fashion. Featuring a visual campaign encapsulating photography, video, and collaged elements, as well as a experiential exhibit, all designed to be evocative of London in the 1970s.
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Visual branding for Toronto based condominum, Junction House. 
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Featuring the 2019 Resort Collection from Preen by Thornton Bregazzi and the poem "Short Talk on Hedonism" by Anne Carson. This series combines fashion, poetry, and fine art to tell a romantic and visually compelling story; all paintings from the Renaissance era.
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The early 70s were all about looking fashionable and feeling groovy. Inspired by such positive vibes, we celebrated denim as a staple of the decade with a national campaign and exhibit that travelled through four different Canadian cities. The iconic textile has been around for over 140 years and has become a symbol of inclusivity and equality. 
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Whether the work of Phoebe Philo was a force in the changing of societal norms or a reflection of them is difficult to say. Regardless, Céline’s collections over the last ten years have revolutionized the fashion landscape and in particular, have provided femme a way to dress that is both masculine and feminine; blurring the lines between gender and creating an aesthetic that, although entirely new, always felt just right. 
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