nika chmiel

nika chmiel

Joined on: 2020-09-15
Warszawa, Poland
SKILLS: adobe illustratoradobe indesignadobe photoshopanimationbussines cardcorporate identitygraphicslayout designmotion graphicsphotographyposterspre-pressszparowanievector graphicsvideovideo editingvideo editing


I'm a creative with eight years of experience. I have graduated Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology with specialisation in multimedia (animation, video editing, motion design). Nowadays I mostly design for cultural institutions and make product creations.

Les Vignerons de La Moselle

It was a great privilege to work for the most know Luxembourgish wine company - Domaines Vinsmoselle. I was responsible for the whole visual appearance: choosing the bottles, prototyping, designing the front and back labels, drawing the portraits, and preparing the secondary packagings.

Instytut Teatralny im. Zbigniewa Raszewskiego w Warszawie

Poster made for the Theatre Institute in Warsaw, announcing the photo exhibition.


A product shooting for Luxembourgish furniture and home decor company. The photos were used for posters and social media.

Rosport Pom's

Three animations dedicated to Pom's - refreshing apple drink made by Luxembourgish water company Sources Rosport. Each of the animation emphasises the three main values of the drink: natural, sparkling and refreshing. Add-ons were used as following the main commercial of water Sources Rosport.

PZU Gala Multiagentów

Event visual identification for PZU Group - the biggest financial institution in CEE.

PZU Gala

PZU Group is the biggest financial institution in CEE. I was hired to prepare the key visual and all the visual aspects of the event, including prints, animations and film editing. The key visual was based on a stock graphic, although it was significantly altered on the purposes of the event. Also for intro animation I created a 3D model of the watch using After Effects plug-in: Element 3D. Another difficulty in this project was not only the size of the screen (20 metres width and 4 metres height) but also that the screen was extensible. So all the visuals had to be designed to look proportionally when the screen was either splited or not.

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