Artist #1: Matthew Hill
Matthew Hill is a designer more than willing to clamber outside of the box and get his hands dirty coming up with new and innovative design solutions. His work ranges from the downright fun – a triangular ping pong table that you can arrange in about 100 different ways to play with all your friends at the same time, with brilliant and weirdly-shaped bats – to the intriguing and decidedly more serious fire extibuisher-come-champagne bottle, a well-made comment on the amount of house fires caused by alcohol abuse. In case you needed further proof that this is a brain to admire, his Signature project plays on the growing importance of digital interfaces with a mechanical printer which has been altered to give it the ability to portray a degree of personality through “hand-written” signatures.
Artist #2: Juliana Futter
London College of Communication graduate Juliana Futter is an illustrator par excellence with a penchant for the strange, surreal and the downright filthy. In terms of subject matter Juliana favours the archaic over the contemporary, producing work that’s influenced by ancient creation myths, the Surrealist practice of interpreting dreams and the fabrication of her own personal religious lexicon (it’s based around cosmic eggs).
Artist #3: Charlie Patterson
Charlie Patterson has recently graduated from Chelsea College of Art & Design studying Graphic Design Communication. He works across various creative platforms such as art-direction, graphic design, product innovation and film.
So far Charlie has collaborated with various clients such as Adidas, Virgin Media, SAS London, Southbank Centre, Luna & Curious, Phiney Pett, Talenthouse.