Cut, Paste & Manipulate – with James Dawe

Peeps, we’ve joined forces with Jelly again for an evening of inspo, with the illustrator, James Dawe.

His style of work involves photo-collages and digital manipulation, in which distorted portraits are a recurring theme. His work is ever unexpected, often abstract and also dramatic. James caught keen eyes for his work on a series of alternate covers for Bloomberg Business week. Some of his other clients include Red Bull, Warp Records, GQ Style, Sky Sports and Network Rail. James graduated from Brighton University in 2006 and has been working as a freelance illustrator in London ever since.

This intimate evening is being held at Jelly’s offices and they’ll be liquid refreshments too.

Ticket price is refundable on attendance. And we apologise, but due to the nature of the building, access is limited via stairs only.

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