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Anna Hadaier

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Anna Hadaier is a designer and art director currently based in Vienna. With a back-ground in motion picture film and screen design, the goal is to unite as many media as possible and find new ways to communicate. Her work is often inspired by her identity as a queer person, rage about political issues and fixation with bold colours.

 

The results are designs reclaiming reproductive rights, generative climate interventions and outlets for sexism at work. Yet, always with the means of honesty and intersectional thinking, to create with purpose and compassion. As a designer her projects include art direction and design work ranging from corporations, music industry to non-profit queer organisations. Anna is co-founder of the Ego collective where a bunch of interdisciplinary skilled folks (try to) unite visual communication with (questionable) creative ideas. Or to just provocate.