Vladimir Molico

— Creative Polymath

— Brand Identity Designer for internationally renown architects
— Award-winning Integrated Advertising for McCann Erickson, Saatchi & Saatchi
— Associate Lecturer at London College of Communication, BA Advertising
— Artist
— Reportage photographer
— Interested in everything complex

Vladimir is a London based creative polymath working at the intersection of graphic design, branding and integrated advertising. He has a BA in Fine Art and a PGCert Academic Practice in Art, Design and Communication, both from University of the Arts London.

Rigorously research-led, yet intuitively driven, Vladimir’s process involves a deep questioning of all aspects of a brief in order to deliver the most truthful, impactful, unique and media agnostic creative solutions. His projects range from the most expensive tv commercial ever produced in Romania to near-zero budget online viral films festivals, or Cannes Lions awarded customised paper bills for Enel.

In 2012, Vladimir moved to London where he had the opportunity to lead complex branding projects for some of the most influential architects in the world — Farrells and WilkinsonEyre. Now, Vladimir is part of Infinite Global — a uniquely positioned PR and Branding agency serving the professional services industry, and he still continues to allocate time to his artistic practice by exploring the way digital networks adapt, react and influence western society.

Vladimir is a ‘Kindle-first’ voracious reader. His library is a concoction of historical, political, obscure philosophical & religious texts, plus science fiction. A devoted cyclist, Vladimir loves getting lost observing London’s fascinating architectural details as an excuse to discover the best artisan coffee shops ‘in the world’ — so far, it’s a tie between Chancery Lane’s Press and Kanella & Co. East Dulwich.