Euphemia Franklin

Graphic designer and producer working across Japan and the UK.


Currently Euphemia works for Maggs Bros. Ltd., one of the world’s largest and oldest antiquarian booksellers, where she handles a range of rare books and coordinates events and exhibitions at the firm’s Bloomsbury premises.

As a freelance producer, Euphemia has worked for Royal Museums Greenwich, the London Design Festival, G . F Smith and the Victoria and Albert Museum, among others.

Euphemia has a master’s in History of Design from the Royal College of Art and V&A, where she was awarded the V&A’s Clive Wainwright Memorial Prize. She was awarded the Anthony Gardner Fund by the V&A and the Research Expenses Award by the RCA for her dissertation research into hidden decoration in Japanese men’s dress.

Previously, she studied at the Kingston School of Art, with a study abroad year at the Kyoto Institute of Technology, graduating with first class honours in Graphic Design. She is a recipient of D&AD New Blood and Creative Conscience awards. Euphemia has served as a course development consultant for University of the Arts London and is a visiting lecturer on Kingston School of Art’s Toy Invention Programme.

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