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ROBOTS V DINOSAURS
ROBOTS V DINOSAURS
Senior Designer at Volvo
Gothenburg, Sweden

I am a digital designer based in Gothenburg with a specific love for illustration and science fiction.

I have previously worked in publishing and advertising for Condé Nast in London, as well as working on partner projects with Apple, Google, Amazon and Facebook primarily centred around digital content. I now work as a senior designer for Volvo Group in Sweden.

Over the past 10 years I have been lucky to work with many people and brands including:

GQ, Glamour, WIRED, Vanity Fair, Vogue, House & Garden, The World of Interiors, Condé Nast Johansen's, Condé Nast Traveller, Google, Official Ferrari Magazine, Frieze, Privateer, Guardian Masterclass, Renault F1, Benfica FC, Microsoft Cloud Services, Chanel, Armani, L'Oréal, Apple, Adobe, Michigan State University, University of the Arts London and more.

I cover a range of artistic disciplines from Graphic Design, illustration, 3D and animation. Get in touch if you want to talk: liam@robotsvdinosaurs.com

Skills

Concept ArtConcept DesignIllustrationMotion Graphics3D ModelingHard Surface ModelingGraphic DesignPublic SpeakingVirtual RealitypublishingmagazinesApp Design

Software proficiency

VRED
VRED
Blender
Blender
Substance Painter
Substance Painter
Unreal Engine
Unreal Engine
Keyshot
Keyshot
SketchUp
SketchUp
Photoshop
Photoshop
After Effects
After Effects
InDesign
InDesign
Illustrator
Illustrator

Experience

  • Senior Visualisation Designer at Volvo Design
    Gothenburg, Sweden
    September 2020 - Present

  • Graphic Designer at Volvo Design
    Gothenburg, Sweden
    March 2018 - September 2020

  • Designer and Illustrator at Robots V Dinosaurs
    Gothenburg, Sweden
    September 2016 - Present

  • Digital Programme Manager at Condé Nast
    London, United Kingdom
    November 2014 - November 2016

  • Digital Project Manager at Condé Nast
    London, United Kingdom
    November 2011 - November 2014

  • Digital Designer at WIRED Magazine
    London, United Kingdom
    February 2011 - November 2011