Tim Olbrich

Hello, I am Tim Olbrich

About Me

I am a Graphic Designer and Student Athlete.

Hello, I am Tim Olbrich a Graphic Design Student at the Savannah College of Art and Design with a minor in Motion Media Design. I am a creative thinker and problem solver with focus on visual communication. I am always looking to grow as a student, designer and creative thinker.

Besides that, I am on the SCAD Swim Team and compete for my college at the NAIA National Championships where we earned lots of recognition in the past years.

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2015–2019 (expected)


Savannah College of Art and Design

BFA. Graphic Design; Minor Motion Media Design

October 2017

Adobe Certified Associate


Adobe Certified Associate in Visual Communication Using Adobe Photoshop


April 2017

Design Tutor

Kids Cafe Savannah

Bringing young children closer to the understanding of art and design as well as giving them a chance to show their creativity in a fun and relaxed environment.

March 2015–September 2016

Lifeguard & Customer Service

Maritimo Wellness Resort

Responsible for Lifeguarding the indoor and outdoor pool area, coordinating birthday activities and cleaning and maintaining the facilities.

September 2013–May 2015

Design Tutor

Hittorf Gymnasium Recklinghausen

Teaching a group of children the basics of HTML website building and designing as well as coordinating activities outside the class.

Honors & Awards

October 2017

Biennial International Poster Design Terras Gauda - Francisco Mantecón Competition 2017

Terras Gauda

Exhibiting two designs as part of the Biennial International Poster Design Exhibition at the Maritime Station of Vigo, Spain.

May 2017

Winner of the SCAD DigiJam 2017

Union Mission Inc. Savannah

Developing a concept to reintegrate homeless people in Savannah into the society.

March 2017

NAIA All American Swimmer


Finished 2nd with the SCAD 200 freestyle relay.




Native German speaker and fluent in English.



Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe After Effects, Cinema 4D, Microsoft Office.


Brisbane 2032 | Olympic Logo
Brisbane 2032 | Olympic Logo
Product Design & Branding
Menstruation Cycle Infographic
Menstruation Cycle Infographic
ARID Movie Poster
ARID Movie Poster
Typography Manual
Typography Manual
Editorial, Typography
Ein Neues Gesicht der Typografie
Ein Neues Gesicht der Typografie
Typographic Poster
Typographic Poster
Illustration, Typography
Typography Cards Collection
Typography Cards Collection
Illustration, Product Design & Branding



Get in Touch

If you have any questions, concerns or feedback, don't hesitate to get in touch with me. I usually respond in less than 24 hours.

Savannah, GA, USA
+1 (912) 272-9683
+49 160 7036037


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