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Jenny Eneqvist is a Swedish-born art director and design consultant now based in London. She has worked between the UK and the Netherlands since 2007.
Grounded in concept generation and with a specialism in typography and content-driven design, she designs publications, identities, environments, digital projects, and typefaces. Jenny has a flair for using tactile elements in her work, with a love of bookbinding, print and other processes. She is keen to use these skills when a project allows.
A highly versatile designer, her role has taken disparate forms including: art direction, branding, publication planning, art editing, curating and production management. She is happy to devote to projects independently, work in collaborations and does work for both individuals and larger organisations. Jenny has experience working in studios of: Jop van Bennekom, OK-RM, Morgan Studio, Wallpaper*, Laurent Benner & Jonathan Hares, Lowe, Practise (James Goggin) and Graphic Thought Facility.
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to discuss a project or to request a bespoke presentation
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The Architecture Foundation, Beckmans College of Design, Casco (Office for Art, Design and Theory), COS (H&M), Fantastic Man, Foto 8, Gagosian Gallery, The Gentlewoman, Gerrit Rietveld Academie, OK DO, Spector Books, Studio Toogood, La Vanguardia, Wallpaper*
Jenny concluded her degree in Amsterdam at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie after having studied at both London College of Communication and at Beckmans College of Design in Sweden.
A speaker at The Form of the Book Conference, Jenny also sat on the jury at the V&A Typography Summer School. Her projects have been selected for the Most Beautiful Swiss Books, the Swedish Design Award Kolla and have featured in the Tokyo Type Directors Club’s annual publication.