I am a Prague and London based multidisciplinary designer, studying at Goldsmiths University in London.

 I believe the future of design is not confined by disciplines. This is something my practice embodies; combining various mediums to rearticulate their limitations and place them in new contexts. My creative process often involves mapping and creating narratives and a lot of my work is based on themes of cultural identity, memory and the creative subconscious. 

Contact me for collaborations, freelance work, commissions ext. 

email: heda.antosova@gmail.com

instagram: @antosovaheda

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Work experience

Amnesty International (12/2017- 4/2018)

  • Event organization at the English College in Prague in collaboration with Amnesty, communication with guest speakers, design of leaflets and posters.

 

Blackmilk Media advertising consultancy (7/2018)

  • Internship in the creative sector, research, presentation design, support of other sectors within the agency.

 

LEAF Academy (8/2018)

  • Working on the interior design of their new campus, designing mood-boards, meeting furniture providers and designers. Visiting high schools around the Czech Republic and sourcing furniture​

 

Education

Goldsmiths University of London (2019-2022)

BA Design 

 

English College in Prague (2017-2019)

International Baccalaureate, 40/45 points

Courses

  • UAL digital design short course (2018)

  • Creative Computing course (2019)

  • Textile work course (2020)

  • Materials course (2020)

  • Course of analogue photography at Fotoškoda (2019)

  • Webinar “Management of Fashion and Luxury companies” by Bocconi (2020)

Exhibitions

  • Czech Design Week international design festival (9/2020)

  • Pragovka International Baccalaureate exhibition (4/2019)

Skills

  • Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere Pro 

  • Beginner knowledge of coding (Arduino)

Languages

  • English and Czech fluent, German B2

Awards

  • Czech Design Award for ‘Discovery of the year’ (objev roku)

  • English College in Prague academic award for English and German

  • Duke of Edinburgh Award bronze, silver and gold