Tuesday, 13 November 2012


Here's a porcelain plate I painted this weekend.

Thursday, 21 June 2012

website! (sort of)


Black, White, Asian: Objects

These objects are inspired by the functions of the skin, and are printed with the skin pigment cells.
The scarf reflects the skin's decorative and communicative function, and its size is equivalent to that of an average human skin. (on sale in Camberwell, wink wink)
The gloves are inspired by the protective and waterproof functions of skin.

Black, White, Asian

From above, these are drawings of White, Asian and Black people's skin pigment cells. Pencil on paper, 86 x 74 cm.


Booklets accompanying my Skin project. The black book contains of photographs of my drawings and animation, projected onto people. The white book is a collection of poems related to race and skin, typeset in a way which would include my interpretation of their reading.

i can only think of one way of describing this....OMG!!!

http://www.creativereview.co.uk/cr-blog/2012/june/degree-shows-2012-camberwell-graphics-illustration-and-more   (you have to scroll down)

Friday, 25 May 2012

Wednesday, 2 May 2012


my favourite shot from the roll which was accidentally taken while searching for the shutter release.

first roll on medium format

(just realised how dusty my scanner is)

Monday, 30 April 2012


Made at a daviddavid workshop. Shamelessly copied their style, but I llllike it.

Friday, 27 April 2012

a very amateurish little thing

Dont judge me people (especially you, Will). It was just a try.

Wednesday, 25 April 2012

logo design

trying to design a personal logo for when i become a famous designer. Get it, guys?? It's an S and a B! (sort of) Ah, so proud...i feel like a real-ish graphic designer :p

another wallpaper

a wallpaper

based on the formulae for the pigments it's printed in.

About Me

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Sandra Berghianu studied BA Graphic Design in Camberwell College of Art and is currently on the MA Art & Science course in CSM, London. Fascinated by organic structures and the natural world, Sandra Berghianu’s work often explores scientific subjects, such as biology and chemistry. She is interested in conveying the complex information offered by these subjects in a visually appealing way, remedying the dryness of scientific visuals and information. Sandra has a natural preference for the handmade, and she often chooses this over a sleek designed look. Sandra also has a love for the physical, thus preferring to produce print or 3D work as opposed to purely digital work. Sandra’s ultimate goal is to recreate her passion and understanding for science in other people, using non-traditional and handmade techniques to convey the information.