Illustrator and designer Melvin Galapon was born in the South of England in 1981, yet hails from Burnley a small town in the Northwest of England. A graduate from Central St. Martin’s he has worked with the likes of Wallpaper*, The New York Times, Nike and Nokia to name but a few.
He has been featured in various magazines worldwide and has exhibited in Tokyo, London and Singapore. Galapon is currently based in London where he works on a prolific mix of Illustrations, Installations and Design work.
I'm a freelance Designer & Illustrator based in East London. I bring a bold and impactful approach into each project, no matter how big or small the job is. My work is very varied, from branding, editorial, retail design, typographic work and also illustration. I have over 11 years design experience working in London. I'm also a member of Puck Collective & a part-time design teacher. If you have a project, want to collaborate, or want to just say hello please get in touch. Let's get together and make things happen.
Paul Phung is a photographer based in London and a recent graduate from Leeds College of Art, his work has been published in several U.K and international titles. He enjoys collaborating with different artists/designers and is currently working towards bringing out his second zine.
Toby is a London based Graphic Artist who creates his work through a process of photography and digital manipulation, drawing with a dot he combines his strong colour sense and composition to produce pared down visuals with a more free painterly result.
Clients have included Issey Miyake, Y-3 , Nike, and producing visuals for the Kylie X World Tour and Jay-Z Blueprint World Tour to name but a few.
Amanda Eliasson is a Swedish animation director based in London. Her work place primary interest in hand generated processes.
She recently graduated with an MA in animation from the Royal College of Art, London. Now she’s a freelance animation director in the UK.
“Since I started animating I’ve developed an interest in making flat images transport the viewer into a three dimensional space. I would say my style is playful and naive in contrast to the difficult social subjects I often address in my films”.