Growing up, I never saw myself as an artistic person – at least not in the way that the word “artistic” is typically used. As a child I preferred perfecting my typing speed (72 WPM with a 100 % accuracy) over sketching, and there was a bigger chance of finding me color sorting the pencils in my art drawer rather than actually using them. My world of imagination was strongly bound to reality and I really made an effort to stay in the right lane when racing against my friends in MarioKart. I did, however, genuinely enjoy writing and my computer was full of drafts for chapters of bestselling novels, each and every one just a tad bit “inspired” by the latest book I had read myself.
It wasn’t until I was an adult and, by pure coincidence, ended up at a vocational school of makeup artistry that I realized that I do have a type of artistic blood running through my veins. I was set on becoming a barrister or an accountant but makeup came naturally to me and I quickly became skilled in my trade graduating as the top student of my class. I had found my channel of creativity! My view on creativity and art was flipped upside-down and I started seeing my childhood hobbies in a different light. The typography and page layout of my never-to-be-finished books were always more important than the plot and when I helped friends set up personal blogs in grade school a used my sense of graphic design without realizing it. The difference between me and my artistic friends that I was oh, so envious of, was simply that I used to HTML to express myself rather than a box of Crayolas. This realization opened up a new sense of mind where I allowed myself to explore and utilize my creativity.
All of this combined with some good, ol’ luck, a won battle against fatique syndrom and a name that people seem to always get wrong, eventually resulted in the business in front of you right now: RMCK – Rebecka Med CK, Rebecka, Spelled CK. Welcome to my digital atelier.
Let’s be real: looks matter. You want your wedding invitations to look romantic, your resumé professional and website fun, yet trustworthy. If you ask me, projects of every size (yes, even your dog’s birthday party) deserve a well-thought-out visual identity that keeps everything from your logo to the freebies you send out cohesive.
Sure, there’s nothing like the feel of graphite against a fresh, matte sheet of paper – but having the ability to make infinite versions of your design and use it in any way imaginable comes pretty darn close. Posters, invitations, business presentations, e-mails … My art work is always delivered in multiple formats and variants ideal for web, print and branding.
What you tell your clients is important; but what your clients think you’re telling them is even more important. To break through the noise, a post on Instagram needs to be as well written as an official press release. No matter who you want to talk to and what you want to say – I know how to get your message through.
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