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Flag of Germany Homburg, Germany
Member since November 20, 2016
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I’m Constantin, a Saarland – Germany based graphic designer, focusing on logo & identity design. I joined the freelance graphic design world in 2017, working primarily through crowd-sourcing sites like Freelancer. As a designer, I strive to offer what the client wants to gain, a functional and professional crafted design solution. I often communicate with the client as the project advances so we can come out with the best possible design solution.
$25 USD/hr
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Recent Reviews

  • image of Stoyko N. Logo Creation for a SaaS Software €200.00 EUR

    “Sehr kreativ, zuverlässig und fähig! Gern jederzeit wieder!”

  • image of Williamwang18 Design a brand and logo for smart home $300.00 USD

    “Great and creative.”

  • image of Daniel H. Project 23814823 has been deleted €100.00 EUR

    “this man is trustworthy and delivers excellent quality in fast time. I am really disappointed with many freelancers here, there are many fake profiles and really low budget and low quality workers. Constantin is an exception and really great! I can highly recommend him and would prefer not to work with anyone else!”

  • image of Daniel H. Project 23749100 has been deleted €60.00 EUR

    “Super Stark! Ich bin sehr überrascht wie gut Constantin ist. Es macht mir eine menge Spaß mit ihm zu arbeiten!!! Ein wirklich toller Designer!”

  • image of Ken B. New Logo for cyber security project €260.00 EUR

    “Good work. Thanks”

  • image of AurelisSG IOS App icon and launch screen $150.00 SGD

    “Constantin provided great original design for my iOS app. Very responsive!”


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