About estetico designs
about the designer
Sarah Grace Grzybowski is a web and graphic designer, pianist, artist, professional bookworm, sister, and daughter. A lover of learning, she finds enjoyment in many things and has more hobbies than she knows what to do with. When not reading, spending time with her ever-growing family, or buried in a textbook, she can be found painting, playing the piano, producing music and audio dramas, web designing, fangirling with her sisters and friends, or discussing technology with her brothers. Sarah Grace inhabits the State of Great Lakes and wouldn’t want to live anywhere else.
Color and design have always been her first love, prompting her to start Art by Princess Grace to sell her watercolor paintings. Shortly afterward, she started dabbling in graphic and web design and quickly grew to love both. Disappointed in the lack of affordable design services, she decided to start Estetico Designs.
Sarah Grace is the lead producer and sound designer at Ichthus Family Productions, a media production company, as well as co-hosts Our Favorite Things, a podcast. She also works with Victoria Lynn Designs and Reveries Co., providing affordable services for indie authors. She is also the author of a contemporary novella, Live Without You.
Estetico Designs is a company launched in 2018 by Sarah Grace Grzybowski to provide affordable, headache-free web and graphic design services. From full website design to book covers, Estetico offers a variety of services. Affordable, flexible and efficient, Estetico is a one-stop-shop for all your design needs.
behind the name
The word ‘Estetico’ is the Italian adjective form of ‘aesthetic’, which means, “concerned with beauty, or the appreciation of beauty.”
I have always loved the word aesthetic. I don’t know why. It is just such a unique word, and the definition fits perfectly. Unfortunately, that word is already the title of several businesses, and in the interests of not landing in jail for plagiarism, I put the word into Google Translate. I started with Polish, as my family is mainly Polish, and got “estetyczne.” (You’re welcome.) Then I tried Italian, as I’m one-quarter Italian. And there I came up with Estetico, pronounced /esˈtɛtiko/. A sight easier than estetyczne.