Studio Fridge42 is a South London based graphic design studio established by Viktor Juhas.
Studio Fridge42 is a one-man army that specialize in creating custom designs that will take your projects to the next level.
With my skills and experience I can create a wide array of designs, from logos and business cards to websites elements and other marketing materials.
When you choose Studio Fridge42, you can be sure you will get the best value for your money. I’m proud to offer my clients the highest quality of service at competitive prices.
I look forward to working with you and helping you create something truly unique and special.
A bit of history
Hi! I'm Viktor Juhas – originally from Dunaujvaros, Hungary. I studied visual arts at Eszterházy Károly University, in Eger, Hungary.
For the last couple of years now I'm a London (UK) based graphic designer,
illustrator, motion designer, and a proud owner of a Boston terrier.
During my uni years, I have come to appreciate the beauty and power of design and illustration. I have always had a love for drawing and art, and graphic design has allowed me to take my passion to the next level.
Through my studies, I have learned how to create designs that not only look great but also communicate a message. Whether it's a logo, a poster, or a website, I love the challenge of creating something that is both visually stunning and effective.
Illustration is also a big part of my design process. I love being able to bring my ideas to life with drawings and sketches. It's amazing to see how a simple sketch can evolve into a beautiful design that captures the essence of a brand or message.
One of the things I love most about design is the ability to constantly learn and grow. There are always new techniques and styles to explore, and I am constantly pushing myself to improve my skills. My new love is motion graphics where imagination can really lift off.
After university I wanted to explore my options. For a while I was a video editor for a Hungarian documentary studio, I designed posters, flyers, marketing materials for theatre groups and music venues. A few years went by and I was ready for more adventure so I came to London where my Hungarian diploma was exactly what I needed to get a job in a bakery.
As a former baker, I have gained several valuable skills that can be applied to graphic design.
I have honed my time management skills by completing orders within strict deadlines,
which can be useful in managing time when working on design projects with tight deadlines.
Attention to detail is crucial in baking, where every ingredient must be measured correctly and
the final product must look perfect. This skill can be translated to attention to detail when following design briefs.
Baking requires a lot of creativity, as coming up with unique recipes and designs is an art in itself.
This skill can be useful in graphic design work, where I need to come up with creative ideas.
Adaptability is a must in baking, as situations can change unexpectedly.
This skill can be useful in graphic design, where I need to adapt to new design trends and client requirements.
Discipline is another skill I'm proud to have developed through my career,
I never needed anyone to look over my shoulder and push me to work.
Jump 5 long years of nightshifts of sourdough baking and I needed to get back to my long-lost love. I set up a studio and I started my own graphic design business.
Overall, I feel incredibly fortunate to choose this path. All this journey and all these years that took me to get here made me stronger and wiser, that I can recognise in my work. It has allowed me to combine my passion for art with my desire to make a difference in the world, and I can't wait to see where this journey takes me.
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