Ciao, I am Miriana Greco! An Italian designer based in London. I am interested in graphic and 3D motion design, and post-production. Below you can find a selection of my most recent work, more upon email request. I am available for freelance works, opportunities and collaborations.
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Abstract Art (2020)
 Creating abstract art by experimenting with lights, materials and shapes on Cinema 4D and After Effects.





Babyracer (2020)
Title Design for the movie Babyracer. Created lettering illustrations for the opening sequence inspired by the typography of race cars' logos.
The designs of the chapter openers are a visualisation of the circuit map in which the movie's characters compete.



AirLabs (2020)
Advert for AirLabs following their brand guidelines. The client proposition is of "tackling air pollution, an invisible killer".
Created a 3D animation using their brand colours. The yellow sphere represents the clean air, while the plastic-like bubble is the pollution attacking it. The animation works in different sizes, to show its flexibility within several platforms, from 3D to 2D.






Dream
Visualization (2020)
What would the role of a designer be in a future where dreams can be visualized?
Created three abstract artworks out of three different dreams descriptions. The elements, the colours and the textures used in each artwork are a manifestation of feelings and events occurred in each dream.






1984 (2020)

Created this animation in Cinema 4D and After Effect. Inspired by the dystopic totalitarian society described in George Orwell’s book. The brutalist-like buildings carry the title of the novel. As soon as the blocks – which represent the people – fall out of place, the policing system in 1984 gets rid of them. This animation is part of a larger project about animated book covers, more to come soon!







On Aesthetic War Photojounalism –
Thesis (2020)

Should conflict photojournalism be concerned by the beauty of images?
The thesis highlighted how the beautification of violence and the aestheticism of conflict photography leads to apathy from society. Production inspired by @broombergchanarin work ‘The Day Nobody Died’ on the increasingly blurred line between art and photojournalism. Printed the pages on translucent tracing paper, inverting the black and white colours. Those were my negatives. Then, in a photographic darkroom, I exposed photosensitive sheets to the tracing paper in order to create the final photograph/page.