Welcome to my portfolio website
OWL GRAPHIC. My name is Bartosz Wojciechowski and I have been working as a designer for many years.
I specialise in web design, vector graphics as well as creating visual identification for companies (logotypes, branding).
The objective of my work as a web designer is to introduce the visual standards present in graphic design and typography for centuries into web design through HTML, CSS and in particular the latest frameworks such as grid systems (the 960 Grid System), jQuery etc.
On this website you will be able to
find a selection of my latest works including websites, sites for mobile devices, logotypes, illustrations and posters. Some of the works presented here have been created exclusively for this portfolio while some are commercial projects I have done. Enjoy!
Mazda National Dealer websites
Full website project for all Irish Mazda Dealers. Designed in Photoshop and developed in HTML/CSS/jQuery.
A website that has innovative tools and access to comprehensive trading platforms. The etoro review – Buy Shares will provide the traders with in depth details of financial markets, cryptocurrency and other commodities.
Website design from simple mockup to Photoshop to HTML/CSS/jQuery.
Hyundai.ie national website made in Photoshop/HTML/CSS/jQuery.
Hyundai.ie national site for mobile devices made in HTML/CSS. I particularly like this project, due to its clean, simple look which makes it look nearly like an app.
visit only on mobile:www.hyundai.ie
New Greenfield Sports Equipment website with an online store. Work in progress. (preview version only – jpg – three subpages)
visit:Design Layout (JPG)
A Fresh and clean company website theme made from scratch in XHTML/CSS/jQuery and PHP based on the WordPress CMS.
A Blog Theme created in XHTML/CSS/PHP based on the WordPress CMS.
Commercial design for games and gossip website from San Francisco.
(preview version only – jpg).
Microsoft European Development Centre. A logotype project done through Clickworks graphic design agency.
See more in my print portfolio.
A simple elliptic shape multiplied and rotated by 120 degrees became a lovely flower in a hexagonal shape. A very clean and simple logo bringing to mind natural, floral motives.
Logo in a circular shape with a colour palette rotating, as to depict the concept of expressing multiple shades by blending them in the printing machine. Expressive logo plus serif slab typography give a balanced mix and a great logotype.
A triangle-shaped liveried butler with a red tie. In the centre of the image a white letter “M” is clearly visible. Logo created on a basis of a hexagon and hexagram grid. The form and the character of the logo bring to mind 70-s design.
A vibrant logotype for an internet file-hosting website. Five colorful cubes symbolise various containers for uploading and downloading files.
Logotype dedicated to a company producing Italian pasta. The spiral, easy to remember shape brings to mind the one of a fusilli pasta noodle. Red colour is perfect for selling food products and drawing customers’ attention on a supermarket shelf.
This logo, depicting a flame was composed out of three elements representing drops of water. The logo looks just as great in full colour and as a monochromatic image while its shape fits perfectly onto a bottle.
Trendy laundry: Logotype in the American 50s retro stylistics, “Vanillia -yellow” background brings to mind the sweetness of an afternoon Cadillac-ride.
Logotype built on stars forming the shape of a TV screen. A light and easy to remember logo that does the trick even with no colours used. Thanks to the distinctive “A” the logo can be used separately from the logotype.
Logo and name created for a music club. A black thief mask and distinct print used to create this witty, original and unique logotype.
A modern, geometric font design perfect for posters. Typeface designed exclusively for my printed portfolio publication.
is a retired Polish Air Force officer. He became the first (and to this day remains the only) Pole in space when he flew aboard the Soyuz 30 spacecraft in 1978.
Universe gems 2
2 logos created on a hexagon and hexagram grid with the retro 8-bit computer game effect, and a bit of a sci-fi aftertaste.
Gaudi- style organic mosaic logos created on a “divine geometry grid”.