Sebastian is an Austrian based designer, specialised in concept-driven Brand Identity Design and Web Projects.

Working independently, he frequently collaborates with fellow creatives to help their brands reach full potential.

Over the years, he successfully navigated a variety of Branding and Web projects, serving clients such as composer Walter Mair, known for his contributions to Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3, or Annette Focks, a distinguished member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

In 2021, he co-founded the Brand Identity Studio Nordost, which focuses on the Interior sectors, offering solutions to Interior Architects, Manufacturers, and similar businesses facing brand-related challenges.

Sebastian's dedication to his craft has earned him recognition, including awards like the TDC Young Ones and ADC Talent Award.

Sebastian Hemetsberger

Assisting photographer Christoph Platzer in crafting a website that offers a view into his creative perspective.

Design, Concept & Code for Christoph Platzer in Collaboration with Denise Hödl

Helping Annette Focks, create a timeless brand design and website to showcase her outstanding body of work.

Design Concept, Website + Code

Collaborating with Walter Mair to develop a timeless brand identity and website that mirrors the dark, cinematic undertones found in his musical portfolio.

Design Concept, Website + Code

Crafting a streetwear fashion brand that empowers users to actively participate in the design process.

Co Founder, Designer & Creative Coder

Transforming an 1846-established pharmacy into something new: Brand Identity for Apotheke Laa.

Brand Identity and various applications in Collaboration with Denise Hödl + Alexander Merlicek

Crafting a contemporary visual identity for an Austrian Atmospheric & Interior Designer.

Brand Identity and Website in Collaboration with Alexander Merlicek

Proud Part of Studio Nordost


Special thanks to Lukas from Weinhof Locknbauer for providing us with this stunning shooting location (and his delicious wine).