Fresh Meat Friday: Christina Berglund
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By far our youngest "Fresh Meat Friday" feature is this weeks design intern from Studio MPLS, Christina Berglund. Clocking in at a short 6 months of professional experience, since graduation from the University of Minnesota, her work already has a high level of craft and a nice range including branding, packaging, digital, and more. Previous to her time at Studio MPLS she interned at local Take It To Eleven.
Of her many design passions, her greatest love is reserved especially for typography and patterns. In fact, one of her side projects at the moment is creating her own typeface. "I absolutely love typography, so I'm so excited to be learning the process of making a working font and all the details and considerations that go into that," stated Christina. She is invested in what she does and simply wants to continue to grow as she works at design studios. Christina also hopes to give back to the design community through teaching further down the road of her career.
On top of all that, her greatest asset, as evidenced by her work, is her focus on the little details. When talking about a poster she created for the Goldstein Museum's textile exhibit she described, "I wanted to convey the detailed and intricate handcrafted nature of the textiles so—after researching patterns and motifs—I photographed a single gold bead and (digitally) hand placed it thousands and thousands of times, arranging it into the pattern and type I wanted, and making it appear hand-sewn. . .I love intricate details, and I gravitate towards them."
Duke & Duchess - Luxury Dog
Anne of Austria - Fine Chocolates
Seven of Diamonds - Brewery
Beyond Peacocks & Paisleys - Goldstein Museum
Glass Slipper - Non-Profit