Jamie Brown is an Artist born and raised in London, his work spans illustration, design, graffiti, large scale murals, across into art direction and 3d work. In whichever field he practices, he is constantly striving to produce projects that are bold, positive and full of twists.
Jamie is now considered to be one of the leading artists’ of his generation in London, creating playful and strongly site specific work for varied clients across a number of industries.
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Born and raised in Kentish Town, North London, Jack Murray began painting graffiti in 1999 at school age 12 under the name Panik, going on to form ATG with friends in 2000/2001. His move into illustrative, character based work came about in 2005, with his trademark faces first appearing on surfaces in and around the borough of Camden. Since then he has persistantly pushed his distinct style with energetic delivery, culminating in projects across the board and solo-shows for galleries in London and Amsterdam.
Jack is an internationally known artist who is continually pushing his work both on and off the streets into innovative new spaces and remains a driving figure behind the ATG movement.
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Dominic corry is an illustrator/designer from London, currently living and working in Los Angeles, California. Emerging from the underground graffiti scene in the early 00′s, but has been drawing for as long as he can remember, his distinctive style and approach has been shaped by city life and the energy it creates.
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Will Robson-Scott is a London born photographer whose work focuses on subcultures and people living on the edge of society. He works as a freelance photographer and has had work featured in Time Out, The Independent, I.D, MixMag, Mass Appeal, Vice, and Dazed & Confused. He has curated shows at M&C Saatchi, and recently documented the Gumball Rally culminating in an exhibition with Estevan Oriol in Los Angeles. In 2009 his work was featured throughout Crack & Shine, the first book to document London’s graffiti sub-culture.
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Ivan is a young director/editor with a diverse range of projects under his belt ranging from music promos & commercials to fashion films & documentaries. After a stint up north he has now returned home and works freelance across the industry in London. His work includes campaigns for top agencies such as TBWA, Love Creative, Isis and Everybody-s, while working with a host of names like Umbro, Skittles, Sailor Jerry, Vice Magazine and Hertz. Music has always influenced his work and he enjoys collaborating with artists across a wide range of projects. Having recently shot promos for the much-hyped Egyptian Hip Hop, and our very own RackNRuin he has also produced content with artists such as recent Brits winners Laura Marling and Jessie J.
Ivan always meets a brief with a unique approach and can handle all aspects of your video production from the conception of an idea to the delivery of high end content.
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Duologue - Website video
Derelict London - Jam's Tunnel
Egyptian Hip Hop - Wild Human Child
RackNRuin - Territory (Ft Navigator, Slarta John)
Wild Beasts - This Is Our Lot
Aertex Clothing Viral
Skittles - Fight The Grey
The Heartbreaks - I Didnt Think It Would Hurt To Think Of You