Rafał Malinowski

767 days ago

As a young designer I always wanted to work for brands like Coca Cola, I thought they are cool. And the moment I worked for them, the magic was gone. I actually never really wanted to work for Coca Cola because I believed in the work, but simply because I thought it looked good on my CV.

The Endless Search for Fame

vanschneider.com

A common question I get asked most from young designers is usually about personal branding. How to promote yourself and your work. Simply put: "How can I skip all the hard work and just become famous?" Most young designers seem to be looking for immediate fame and recognition.