About George
I’m a freelance Designer & Illustrator based in East London. I bring a bold and impactful approach into each project, no matter how big or small the job is. My work is very varied, from branding, editorial, retail design, typographic work and also illustration. I have over 11 years design experience working in London. I’m also a member of Puck Collective & a part-time design teacher. If you have a project, want to collaborate, or want to just say hello please get in touch. Let’s get together and make things happen.
http://georgesimkin.com/
Current city: London
I’m a freelance Designer & Illustrator based in East London. I bring a bold and impactful approach into each project, no matter how big or small the job is. My work is very varied, from branding, editorial, retail design, typographic work and also illustration. I have over 11 years design experience working in London. I’m also a member of Puck Collective & a part-time design teacher. If you have a project, want to collaborate, or want to just say hello please get in touch. Let’s get together and make things happen.
 

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