Hi! I'm Anna Celda. I'm a graphic design student at EASD València and my favourite colour is red. My life has always been a journey towards graphic design, even though I didn't know it until a year and a half ago.
I've always been interested in art, ever since I was little. I used to draw on napkins, or fold them and cut them until I had little paper stars that I could hang all over my ceiling to make a night sky.
When I was a toddler, my parents always took my brother and me to the coast of northern Catalonia, and the thing that's always stuck with me from those trips was our visit to the Dalí museums in Figueres and Cadaqués.
Knowing this, I felt that my natural path would be to study fine arts right out of high school. And that's exactly what I did, for about a year. But I felt something wasn't quite right, my purpose wasn't to make art just for the sake of it.
Graphic design, on the other hand, makes sense to me: it's a creative outlet with a social purpose. I'm currently really enjoying my journey through a design school. My favourite graphic design fields are editorial design and typography.
Whenever I go on a website, the first thing I do is check which font they use, and I get really excited whenever I recognise one of my favourite fonts in the wild. Aside from graphic design, one of my other passions is bread (I know it sounds random).
The process of making bread, to me, is very similar to that of designing a book. It takes a lot of time and you have to really work at it. Designing a page from a book is like kneading dough; binding a book is like baking a loaf.
The end product is like a piece of the author/baker.