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About

Information about multidisciplinary designer and editor Lola Landekic.

 

Hello!

 
 
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My name is Lola Landekic and I have a lot of tabs open right now.

I'm a multidisciplinary designer, illustrator, and film specialist based in Toronto. I’m the Editor in Chief of motion design publication Art of the Title and I design the news at The National Post. Sometimes I give talks.

Also, it's pronounced LAND-de-kitsch.

 
 
 

What I do

 
 

Art Direction and design

I am an art director and designer with more than 10 years of experience, working on branding and graphic design projects. Currently, I’m a designer in the newsroom of The National Post.

Previously, I have been a designer for national newspapers The Globe and Mail and The Toronto Star, publishers HarperCollins and Random House, and in film. From 2014-2017, I was the Brand Lead & Graphic Designer for OCAD University, where one of my projects was selected for an award at the 2017 RGD In-House Design Awards.

I have also been a judge for the SXSW Title Design Competition, The Juno Awards, The Motion Awards, and the Rosalie Awards.

Presenting a talk at F5 Festival as part of PromaxBDA in 2018.   Photo: Jhoel Delgado

Presenting a talk at F5 Festival as part of PromaxBDA in 2018.
Photo: Jhoel Delgado

art of the title

I am Editor in Chief of Art of the Title, the definitive industry publication for title sequence design in film, TV, and beyond. I lecture internationally on title design and have written over 150 feature articles


ILLUSTRATion

As an illustrator, I have worked with publications including The GuardianThe Globe and MailThe Toronto Star, The National Post, Hazlitt Magazine, and publishers HarperCollins, House of Anansi Press, and Simon & Schuster.

 

teaching and writing

I have taught at Sheridan College in the York/Sheridan Program in Design, teaching both Communication Design and Typography in Motion.

Along with the articles written for Art of the Title, my writing has been published in AIGA’s Eye on Design and The Globe and Mail.

 

Portrait photo by David Pike