The Functional Fox: Design & Illustration (Bradford, UK)
The Functional Fox graduated with a First Class Honors in Graphic Design & Illustration, and in 2012 got awarded the National Media Museum prize for Creative Ability. He works in a range of styles and software applications and has experience both digitally and traditionally in Graphic Design. His main hobby is collecting design books, he currently owns over 500 and has around 400 magazines. He also collects matchbox labels and various stamps. He creates most of his work using Adobe illustrator and Photoshop but occasionally likes to get inky fingers.
Richard Niessen & Esther de Vries (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Being graphic designers doesn’t limit them to two dimensions or sole print work: their designs range from exhibitions to textiles and from ceramics to coins, always highly "compressed" allowing to "unpack" the meaning.
Leslie David (Paris, France)
Leslie David designs for a broad range of clients that include luxury and fashion brands, music labels, cultural institutions and many more.
The Incredibly Short Film Festival (Sydney, Australia)
31 MAY, 2013 – Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA), The Rocks, Sydney
Lilit Hayrapetyan: 3D Artist (Los Angeles, USA)
Lilit Hayrapetyan is an art director, designer and 3D artist based in the Los Angeles area. She currently works at Psyop as an Art Director, designer and 3D artist. Lilit's understanding of contemporary visual culture empowers her workflow in different platforms from creative ideas to final production. With 14 years of experience in the industry (via award-winning studios including Psyop and Prologue) it is not surprising for Lilit to have clients in the likes of AT&T, Pansonic, Audi, Mazda under her belt.
Gordon Candelin (Faculty) – Lurker (0:58)
Studio project experimenting with minimal storytelling using 3D
Designers United (Thessaloniki, Greece)
Since inception in 2005, Designers United quickly gained an enviable reputation for their distinctive style and design excellence and received numerous awards and distinctions in Greece and abroad and thus recognition from peers and other industry bodies. Today the clientele list comprises not only of a broad range of reputed Greek public and private sector organizations and firms but also of major European companies such as Volvo Car Corporation in Gothenburg, Sweden, Volvo Ocean Race in Alicante, Spain, Euroleague Basketball in Barcelona, Spain and Adidas Hellas in Athens, Greece.
Aakash Nihalani (Brooklyn, USA)
"I think that at its barest, my work is about perspective, playing with our idea of three-dimensional space within a two-dimensional plane, using tape as my primary medium, often in urban environments."
Form Follows Function (New York, USA)
Form Follows Function is a collection of interactive experiences. Each experience has its own unique design and functionality. All the experiences are created in HTML5, the site works beautifully on both desktop and tablet. Form Follows Function demonstrates the power of the browser and current technology, while also pushing the boundaries of what is possible.
Studio AKA for BBCR4's Cultural Exchange (London, UK)
Check out Studio AKA's latest work for BBC Radio 4's new Cultural Exchange camapign directed by Marc Craste. The campaign highlights BBC Radio 4's distinctive arts and culture content, including a 30 second trail for BBC Radio 4's flagship arts and culture program – 'FRONT ROW', and a further 3x30 second trails for BBCR4s new 'CULTURAL EXCHANGE'.