Aleksandr Pasevin

30 | Lithuania | Harmony

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Tell us something about yourself!

My background is in a graphic/book/paper design.

But being the 90’s kid I was always driven to digital and web worlds. Additionally to my classic old school arts and graphic design skills I have acquired the necessary digital skills to build my own online projects. After many individual, creative and mostly artistic projects, I have settled down on Hype app. My current venture and baby, which I invest all my time and knowledge into.

Tell us more Aleksandr!

When did you move to Barcelona?

I moved to Barcelona in the spring of 2015.

I needed to escape London. And improve my health.

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What do you like to do outside of work?

Music, sound art, digital art, design are my passion.

I love cooking too. Coffee making. Cycling.

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How would you describe yourself in 3 short words?

Pedantic. Introvert. Consistent.

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What are you currently working on?

I’m running a startup. Mostly working on the mobile app design, architecture, UX and value proposition. Sometimes have to get my hands dirty too and write some code.

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What is a ‘MUST’ in your life?

Harmony. I can’t function in chaos.

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If you were 80, what would you tell your kids?

I made it!

Top 5 things about Aleksandr


I can drive people close to me crazy with my nagging


I can’t concentrate if I see someones shoelaces untied or buttons unbuttoned


I spent most of my childhood years in martial arts, and I hated it. I wanted to go to art school instead.


Best advice ever? I’ve yet to receive it…


Recently, I’ve counted 22 places I called home since leaving my hometown more than ten years ago. Including some of the squat communities in South London.

Aleksandr’s favourites

Favourite picture

I don’t have a favourite picture. But at the moment I’m into Toshio Saeki.

How does betahaus feel?

Feels great! Very informal atmosphere, interesting and creative people. Lots of space and tiny corners you can sit and think at. Doesn’t feel like a work environment and yet is very productive

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