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Nele Wellens is an artist and freelance designer based in London. She graduated from Ravensbourne University in 2014 and has since gone on to work as a designer in London and across Europe. Passionate about visual art and design she splits her time between painting in her studio, and designing for her clients. If you have any questions or would like to know more please get in touch.

Past and current freelance clients include:

Designit

Ustwo games

The Second Shelf

Discovery Networks

Jackdaw Studio

The Printspace

Direktorenhaus

Ruder Finn

The Finnish Cultural Institute

 

Previous employment:

The Telegraph 2015

Information graphics designer

Discovery Networks 2014

Graphic Design intern

Partners Andrew Aldridge 2013

Graphic Design intern

Boisdale 2013

Freelance Graphic Designer

Famori Interactive Engineering Lab 2013

Graphic Design intern

Ravensbourne University 2014

BA Graphic Design

"Nele is very talented and easy to work with. She came up with some great concepts when we found ourselves halfway through a project which was getting a little stale, and was able to handle other projects with ease and speed. Looking forward to working with her again soon."

Sophie Waplington
Digital Marketing Executive at The Print Space

"Nele is a fantastic designer who also brings strong skills to the project."

Guto Araujo
Digital Account Manager at Ruder Finn

"Nele has been an absolute pleasure to have on the team. Her work was of a very high standard and her calm and measured approach has benefitted both the Design department and our Marketing clients."

Steven Aspinall
UK Design Manager at Discovery Networks

"Every page of our first issue of the quarterly was carefully thought out – it was a challenge trying to find the right balance between literary quarterly and rare books catalogue, but with Nele’s skill and understanding we made a beautiful stand-out first issue. The crowdfunding campaign raised over £40,000 and no doubt it was in part because of presentation and branding."

A. N. Devers
Proprietor of The Second Shelf