Hey there! My name is Veronika Gryshchuk. I am deeply engaged in exploring the unknown and embracing life's complexities. I prioritize functionality and playfulness over perfection, viewing design as a potent medium for communication.
In my academic and professional journey, I've learned to value the intersections of different disciplines and cultures.

Finishing a bachelor's degree in graphic design, I'm continuously driven by a humble yet persistent pursuit of understanding our diverse world. I believe in the inherent beauty of its complexities and imperfections, and I am committed to telling compelling stories through my work, constantly rethinking and relearning.



Hey! I am Veronika Gryshchuk.
I am a junior graphic designer. I attend the design university ELISAVA. My goal isn't just to make something beautiful but to give it function and, therefore: meaning. As a visual communicator, I strive to learn as much as possible about the profession and its creative processes.
Whether we like it or not, we judge a book by its cover. It's a designer's responsibility to make the book represent its' contents in an engaging and coherent way.
I believe that graphic designers have the power to influence the world. If we navigate this profession in the right way, through circumventing the pre-imposed systems of society, we have the potential to provoke change.


Non-Human Frequency  

The Non-Human Frequency project stands at the intersection of critical design, sound design, and bioacoustic technology. It aims to shift the paradigm from a human-centric perspective and foster a profound, empathetic connection with the plant world, emphasizing the fundamental value of non-human life forms.

The core of the project is
a device that captures the signals of plants and translates them into distinctive soundscapes. These sounds serve as a platform for humans to establish a connection with plants and change the perception of something that surrounds us everywhere and
every day.

Final degree project


Queer communities have been able to prosper online but they're difficult to encounter in real-life. So we thought to ourselves, can we bring these digital communities to a physical space? The editorial project aims to give visibility to the diverse experiences of queer individuals based in Barcelona, Spain, through series of featured articles, personal essays and creative expressions. 

w/: Silvia Masclans - Alba Cabiscol - Flavia Somarriba - Sara Miravante - Veronika Gryshchuk - Alexandra Spassov - Jaume Alonso-Cuevillas - Alejandro Spiro Lasala

Magazine on queer community 

The mascot /e/       

This is /e/ - eager, curious, a bit silly, and always happy to help young designers in Elisava. Like all designers, a form that /e/ has is liquid since he always needs to adapt depending on a situation. The color and typography were taken from Elisava's identity, making it adaptable to the university's image. The primary function of /e/ is to serve and help Elisava students by making their life brighter and funnier.

w/: Pau Ventayol and Veronika Gryshchuk

Creation of a university mascot


Our project aimed to establish a unifying identity for Spanish design disciplines, promoting them nationally and internationally. We researched the etymology and meaning of 'design', leading us to the Spanish phrase 'Erre que erre', symbolizing persistence and stubbornness, traits resonant with designers and the local society. Central to our brand concept is the double 'r' and its vibrant phonetic sound, a very sound characteristic of Castilian and co-official languages like Catalan, Basque, and Galician. This sound's physical sensation inspired our playful and impactful graphic language, embodying the essence of 'erres' and leaving a lasting impression.

w/: Laia Hernando, Tomas Freir, Grace Guirdham and Veronika Gryshchuk

Brand identity

Special Delivery        

The book deals with the topic of resilience from a more intimate perspective. This publication aims to share ordinary people's resilient stories and experiences. A different and personal approach is used as a channel to tell these stories about those objects that were most important to each person.

This book is a compilation of objects belonging to different anonymous people that explain their owners' history from this point of view.
The intimate format and, at the same time, the fact that it deals with several experiences related by ordinary people allows for a very sincere publication. In this way, the reader empathizes in a much closer way with the story that is narrated.

w/: Raquel Bonet and Veronika Gryshchuk

Editorial design