The Brilliant Artworks by Adam Simpson

Bafta Awards – Best Film artworks: Inception

Adam Simpson studied at Edinburgh College of Art and the Royal College of Art in London. His work encompasses a mixture of commissioned and self initiated projects – always with a strong emphasis on drawing.

Adam has contributed to major exhibitions and book fairs in London, New York, Edinburgh and Bologna, as well as numerous Japanese art museums. His work has been shortlisted for a British Design Award and in 2009 he was included in the Art Directors Club Young Guns awards.

Adam’s clients range from newspapers and magazines, to advertising and design agencies worldwide. Recent projects include artworks for BAFTA, Conran and a stamp commemorating the London Olympics.

Other experiences include a placement at Rhode Island School of Design in America and the painting of a 60ft mural in his hometown of Leicester.

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Bafta Awards – Best Film artworks: The Kings Speech

Bafta Awards – Best Film artworks: Black Swan

Bafta Awards – Best Film artworks: The Social Network.

Bafta Awards – Mask artwork

Moby – An architectural playlist – More about this project.

Moby – An architectural playlist – More about this project.

Moby – An architectural playlist – More about this project.

A commission for Omega Lifetime

Artwork commissioned by the Hollywood Reporter, for their Academy Awards feature edition.

Home Alone – Mondo/Twentieth Century Fox

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