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Barbara Baska

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Nationality  Hungarian

Name  Barbara Baska
Barbara Baska
Known for  artist, graphic designer, cinematographer

Barbara Baska (Budapest, 17 July 1984) is a graphic designer and cinematographer.

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Biography

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Born on 17 July 1984. in Budapest, Hungary. Her talent has showed itself early, she began her studies in a drawing class in Városmajor secondary school, located in Budapest. After the high school she attended the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Department of Graphic Design, and graduated in 2008. In 2004 Her first success was in Athens at International Antismoking Festival where her poster won the First Prize.

During her studies she already worked as a graphic designer. In those years she worked much on identities, posters, web pages, 3D modelling, .

During her graphic design studies she attended the University of Theatre and Film Arts, Budapest, department of Cinematography. Her teacher was Tibor Máthé. She studied also at Universidade Lusófona, Lisbon. She participate on Hungarian Graphic Design Biennials since 2004. In 2007 her poster won the Ferrari Award in Budapest and received the Award in Torino.

In 2008 she turned towards design, and began working on graphics, product design and film making.

She won Erasmus scholarship on both universities. About the same time she designed the Globall – Football Park and Sport Hotel**** identity and visual design and she designed the identity, posters, CD/DVD covers and music video for the famous Hungarian band Magna Cum Laude, which achieved great success. In 2012 her short film "Pre" nominated for Golden-Eye Award.

At age 27, in year 2011, she directed her diploma movie what was an adaption of The Little Prince. The title of the film is Kelen. Her premier was in Uránia national movie theatre at the same year. The film was invited to the Hungarian Film Week. Her supervisor was Lajos Koltai.

Her identities and graphics can be found on many international design blogs and design books. She is one of founders of Csopaki Művésztelep, the Hungarian young talents art camp.

Awards

  • 2004 International Antismoking Festival, Athens, Greece (First prize)
  • 2005 Touches of the Reneissance workshop, Florence, Italy (First prize)
  • 2006 Erasmus Scholarship
  • 2006 French Night of Art, Corsica (First prize)
  • 2007 Hungarian Red Cross
  • 2007 KDB Bank Tender
  • 2007 Ferrari tender, Torino, Italy (Public Award, Shell Award)
  • 2007 Chocolate packaging competition, Hungary (First prize)
  • 2008 Budapest Art Expo, MûvészetMalom, Szentendre, Hungary (Genezis short film)
  • 2009 Designer of the week Award, QuarkXPress
  • 2010 HSC Golden-Eye Award nomination, Budapest (Pre short film)
  • 2012 Women of Excellence Award 2012 nomination, American Chamber of Commerce in Hungary, Budapest
  • Filmography

  • 2012
  • "Flashmob project" – director, editor

  • 2011
  • "Kelen" short film – director, cinematographer
    "Café Kör" short film – cinematographer

  • 2010
  • "Well Under the Sun" short film– cinematographer
    "Forest" short film – director, cinematographer
    "Pluszminusz" short film – cinematographer
    "PRE" short film – director, cinematographer (Golden-Eye Award nomination)

  • 2009
  • "Felnőttek Mind" short film– cinematographer
    "Engem nem lehet szeretni" music video (Magna Cum Laude) – director, cinematographer

  • 2008
  • "Óperenciám" short film– cinematographer
    "Market Zrt." promotion film – director, cinematographer

  • 2007
  • "Genezis" short film – director
    "8" short film – cinematographer
    Hungarian Red Cross TVspot – director
    "Modell" documentary film – director

    References

    Barbara Baska Wikipedia


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