Anna Rabko

Graphic Designer/Illustrator

Main focus: Decolonizing graphic design

Websites/blogs: ,

Languages: English, Polish, Russian

City: Vienna

State: Vienna

Country: Austria

Topics: illustration, graphic design, feminism, activism, decolonisation, decolonial feminism

Services: Talk, Moderation, Workshop management, Consulting, Interview

  Willing to travel for an event.

  Willing to talk for nonprofit.

Personal note:

Life can be measured by days, hours, but for me it's always measured by projects and ideas. Most of my projects involve redesigning the past to envision a better future. We can see from history how graphic design has been used to create stereotypes, propaganda, and motivate harmful behavior. What has been done in the past has influenced the way we use graphic design today. Why is it still not accessible to individuals with various disabilities? Why we are not learning more about it? First step is to meet and empties. We should start with a design that doesn't harm women, which is the biggest problem in the industry, and consider all of our differences. Do we need a design that looks cool or maybe the one that can be approached by everyone.


Anna Rabko is a graphic designer and illustrator working every day, thanks to the power of coffee and never ending inspiration that comes from the world we live in. Using colours and surrealism as a universal language everyone can understand. Her education started at the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow, Poland with a never ending love to Polish Poster design and continued in Kathmandu, Nepal learning traditional Thangka painting. Working with theatres, NGOs and collaborating with other amazing artists because how else can we tell how much we love and respect each other's work.