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James Dawe

NIMMO 'Dancing Makes Us Brave'

Nike Tech Pack

Image Making workshops with fashion Influencers

Nike Tech Pack

Image Making workshops with fashion Influencers

Nike Tech Pack

Image Making workshops with fashion Influencers

Nike Tech Pack

Image Making workshops with fashion Influencers

INFRINGE Magazine

Cult Hair portraits remastered

INFRINGE Magazine

Cult Hair portraits remastered

Schweppes

Live mixed media artwork for Schweppes 'Mix Your Way' event

T-3 Magazine: Sound Bars

Baku Magazine: RANDOM ACCESS MEMORIES

A photo collage feature, documenting a trip to Azerbaijan, commissioned by Baku Magazine.

Baku Magazine: Old Town

A photo collage feature, documenting a trip to Azerbaijan, commissioned by Baku Magazine.

Baku Magazine: Modern Architecture

A photo collage feature, documenting a trip to Azerbaijan, commissioned by Baku Magazine.

Green Flowers at Sea

Personal Work

American Way

Illustration for American Way in-flight magazine about electric vehicles

Sexy Fruit & Veg

Experimental 3D Motion project

Yeezy

Self initiated artwork for Yeezy launch

Fashion Utopias

Visual Identity commission by British Fashion Council

Fashion Utopias Invite

Visual Identity commission by British Fashion Council

Fashion Utopias Invite

Visual Identity commission by British Fashion Council

RA Lates

Artwork for The Royal Academy’s Lates programme

Afterhours

Artwork for Natural History Museum 'Afterhours' events campaign

Reebok Classics

Live collage for Reebok pop up event with Kendrick Lamar

Unicredit: Milan City of Water

Unicredit: Milan City of Water

Artist biography

James Dawe stands out as an illustrator for his work with 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.