Freddy Frydenlund is a London based graphic designer and art director. 

Her practice centres on graphic design, branding & illustration primarily for video games industry.

Before joining games publisher, Modern Wolf, Freddy did a Master of Arts degree at the Royal College of Art in Visual Communication. Prior to that she was based in Los Angeles, working for Watson Design Group.

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Creative Director
Modern Wolf
May 2022 - April 2024
London, UK

Head of Art
Modern Wolf
June 2021 - May 2022
London, UK

Marketing Artist
Modern Wolf
October 2019 - June 2021
London, UK

Student Award Winner
Women in Games
London, UK

Press: Winners of the Women in Games European Awards 2019

School of Communication - Graduate Exhibition
Royal College of Art
June - July 2019
London, UK

WIN: Women in Innovation Member
May 2019 - Present
London, UK

Contract Designer at Peekd
Nov 2018 - April 2019
London, UK

School of Communication W.I.P show
Royal College of Art
Feb 2019, London, UK

Royal College of Art
Jan 2019, London, UK

Dance of Life: Tales from Church Street
Book and Exhibition Design
Oct 2018, London, UK

Press: It’s Nice That (2018)
Illustrators at the RCA take on “the dance of life” in a new book focuding on a local market

Contract Designer at Loebeshop
May 2017 - August 2017

Digital Design Intern at Watson Design Group
Nov 2015 - May 2016
Los Angeles, US

Freelance designer
2015 – Present
Denmark & UK


Have worked on a variety of games, such as Content Warning by Landfall Games, Void Sols by Finite Reflection and MENACE by Overhype Studios. 


Royal College of Art
MA Visual Communication  
2017 – 2019
London, UK

VIA University College - The School of Visual Communication
BA Graphic Design and Communication
2013 – 2016

Krabbesholm Hoejskole
Graphic Design Foundation Course
2012 – 2013

Hi I’m Freddy, a graphic designer & creative working in the games industry

Open for new clients & work ︎