As part of their Designer series: Freelancer special, Computer Arts talked to Jelly illustrator James Dawe about being represented by jelly London, live art and working with The Metro.
Known for his flawless digital collage, James has worked with clients such as Red Bull, Warp Records, GQ Style, Sky Sports and Network Rail.
In October of last year The Metro challenged James to create two large scale portraits made entirely from ripped papers. The work reflected the highs and lows of living in London, and was created live in front of special guests at the Urban Impressions exhibition, curated by London agency Creative Orchestra. James unsurprisingly created two brilliant portraits.
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