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Anna Muchenikova appointed as Graphic Designer

Ms. Anna Muchenikova, Master of Arts, has been appointed as Graphic Designer starting from 5 October 2016.

Ms. Anna Muchenikova, Master of Arts, has been appointed as Graphic Designer starting from 5 October 2016.  Her main tasks will include the development of the Aalto University’s visual identity and graphic design projects. Anna will be a member of the Communication Services' digital communications and marketing team.

She has previously worked as an art director and co-founder at LUK Design studio and as a graphic designer at the Finnish Ministry of the Environment, and the advertising agency Bob Helsinki. She is an alumna of the School of Arts, Design and Architecture.

More information: 

   Communications Services

   Eveliina Olsson Communications Manager, Digital communications and marketing

   +358505986492 [email protected]

 

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