RYAN KAVANAGH

Dia dhuit. Hello. I'm Ryan – a graphic designer based in Dublin, Ireland. Currently serving as Visual Designer at Revolut.
        My affinity for simplicity has been tried and tested over the past 6 years while crafting design experiences as a designer in studios and agencies across marketing, advertising and brand design. Out of office, you’ll find me near baked goods or dusting off my electronic vinyl collection.
        My work has been recognised and awarded on a number of occassions with IAPI, The IDI, and 100 Archive. I hold a BA in Visual Communications and a BSc in Interior Architecture, both obtained from the Cork Institute of Technology, 2008 - 2015. (Now known as the Munster Technological University, MTU).
        If you’re interested in working together and would like to chat further, catch me on the below and I will respond to you soon. Tóg go bog é.

hello@ryankav.com

Dublin, Ireland
53.3498° N, 6.2603° W


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RYAN KAVANAGH

Dia dhuit. Hello. I'm Ryan – a graphic designer based in Dublin, Ireland. Currently serving as Visual Designer at Revolut.       
        My affinity for simplicity has been tried and tested over the past 6 years while crafting design experiences as a designer in studios and agencies across marketing, advertising and brand design. Out of office, you’ll find me near baked goods or dusting off my electronic vinyl collection.       
        My work has been recognised and awarded on a number of occassions with IAPI, The IDI, and 100 Archive. I hold a BA in Visual Communications and a BSc in Interior Architecture, both obtained from the Cork Institute of Technology, 2008 - 2015. (Now known as the Munster Technological University, MTU).     
        If you’re interested in working together and would like to chat further, catch me on the below and I will respond to you soon. Tóg go bog é.

hello@ryankav.com

Dublin, Ireland
53.3498° N, 6.2603° W


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RK © 2021
Transcend Exhibition

Identity for the Interior Architecture Degree exhibition at the Cork Institute of Technology. The brief was simple - can we get something that uses lines, some depth, and some colour similar to that of Maser? Students are obsessed with him.
        I really wanted to push the sense of depth and create an optical illusion at the same time. Inspired by the works of M.C. Escher, the letter T was used to form the basis of a three dimensional shape, that naturally feels as though it can be rotated, or 'transitioned' to another plane.
        The mathematics that went into producing this actually forces it to be an impossible shape, and one which can not be created in 3D space, which is exactly what I wanted to achieve.

Studio: Independant
Year: 2017
︎    Naming, Identity, Print
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