Multi-disciplinary graphic designer who meticulously designs brand identities and illustrations.

Selected Works


Somme Slovi

Form Magazine


Maak Haus Magazine

Zazzy’s Pizza

Lost in Paradise

Lily Brown’s

Innocent Yesterday


Double D’s Dirty Dogs


Aging Young Rebel

Personal Works

Book of Creatures

Lil Monsters



Brand Identity
Visual Merchandising
Web Design
Package Design
Print Design
Signage Design
Digital Content Design
Digital & Hand-drawn Illustrations


Ekin Ergok is a Graphic Designer, living in Brooklyn, New York—known for his work in identity, packaging, retail graphics, illustrations, signage, and print design.
Ekin studied Graphic Design in Pratt Institute and Mimar Sinan University.

Resume on request.

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Café/Bar & Gallery Concept

Istanbul - 2015


Created branding –logo, tone, identity– packaging, printed & digital assets.
Developed strategic partnerships with Jim Beam and Fiji Water to create engaging events.
Designed branded apparel and merchandise from concept to production.
Designed the interior (including icons, wall arts, lighting, pillow case illustrations, menu boards, decorations, floor, and wall materials) & exterior (including the signage, awnings, lighting, and window icons) of the Nisantasi-Tesvikiye location.


As a founder and creative director of UNION 22, the goal was to create a distinct brand identity for the Café/Bar & Gallery concept. The logo and color palette was designed to evoke a baseball-style look and feel, while the brand messaging emphasizes unity and youth. The project's overall goal was to create a visual identity with all aspects that represents the brand's core values and delivers a consistent message to customers.


UNION 22 is a unique Café/Bar & Gallery concept whose innovative brand quickly became a hip place for Istanbul's fashionable and artistic society. Bursting on the scene in 2015 with extraordinary events in Tesvikiye and tagged among the top ten restaurants in the city and praised by many media outlets, including Marie Claire Maison and TimeOut Magazine


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