Clients receive so much more than a picture when they commission Season of Victory – AKA Linda Baritski. They get glorious palettes, a passion for patterns, an optimistic style, great typography and an artist who loves to explore new ways of applying her skills with people and brands around the world.
Linda’s family moved around a lot when she was young, and she grew up absorbing imagery, graphics and animation from countries around the world. She spent a lot of time in Okinawa, Japan, but moved to the US to study art and design at the Atlanta College of Art in Georgia. Later she studied at Central Saint Martins in London, where she is now based.
She’s fascinated by the quirky illustrations and patterns found in Asia, the visual chaos of London, and enjoys travelling and appreciating new cultures. Influences include Tadanori Yokoo, Peter Max, Patrick Caulfield and designers like the Memphis Group and Paula Scher.
All of Linda’s work is computer-generated. She begins with sketches and develops them from there, often using photos she’s taken for reference – particularly when it comes to colour palettes.
Dynamic, optimistic, postmodern – Linda’s style explores with pattern, colour and type resulting in bold and playful imagery that often appeals to lifestyle brands.
Client list Adidas London, Google Play, Bank of America, Doughnut Time, Ban.do, Wellbeck Publishing, The Salvation Army, We Built This City, Happy Ice, East End Prints