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Dan Bright

Freelance Illustrator & DesignerBristol, United Kingdom
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Dan Bright

Freelance Illustrator & DesignerBristol, United Kingdom
About me
Dan Bright is an illustrator based in Bristol, UK. Making pictures that help you tell your story – I work by blending digitally-drawn shapes with hand-made textures, creating bold and beautiful compositions.
Projects
  • The race for fast charging cars
    The race for fast charging carsRoyal Society of Chemistry: Education in Chemistry Magazine. Isometric illustration to accompany a piece about the future of electric cars and speedy battery charging. The client requested a fun and colourful scene emphasising clean technology. A companion piece to an earlier illustration for the same magazine about bioethanol.
  • Science Questions 2020. Part One.
    Science Questions 2020. Part One.A selection of illustrations created in response to readers' questions, for BBC Science Focus Magazine.  1) Why do birds always fly under my car? 2) Am-Bee-Lance: Should you put honey on a burn? 3) Why do I always feel worse after a nap? 4) I'm addicted to orange juice, could I be damaging my health? 5) Would dinosaurs have eaten people if we'd existed at the same time?
  • Showdown at  Sundown!
    Showdown at Sundown!A super-fun concept illustration I created for the Royal Society of Chemistry, about the invention of a non-stick, no-cleaning-required toilet. It was difficult to get the humour level right without getting too 'pooey'.
  • Tomorrow's railways, today
    Tomorrow's railways, todayCityscape illustration for Siemens UK, Rail Focus magazine
  • HGi Global Finance
    HGi Global FinanceIsometric illustration for henderson Global investors
  • Sea Monsters of the North
    Sea Monsters of the NorthEditorial Illustration for the first issue of Ernest Journal
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Projects credited in
  • De-extinction
    De-extinctionIllustration for a short piece about the potential of bringing extinct species back to life. Using the spiral of the Pyrenean Ibex's horns to mirror the double helix of DNA.
  • Bioethanol v electric
    Bioethanol v electricAn illustration for an opinion piece in The Royal Society of Chemistry’s Education in Chemistry Magazine. The piece says that whilst BioEthanol does help in reducing carbon emissions it also contributes negatively to air pollution and deforestation.
Work history
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    Illustrator & DesignerDanBright.Studio
    Bristol, United KingdomFreelance
    Freelance designer and illustrator based in Bristol
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    Senior Designer & CreativeSpecialist Publications
     - Bristol, United KingdomFull Time
    Editorial Designer
Skills
  • Drawing
  • Digital
  • Editorial
  • Illustration
  • Illustrator
  • Photoshop
  • Editorial Illustration
  • Infographic Creation
  • Art
  • Concept Creation
Education
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    (BA hons) Creative Sheffield Hallam
    Sheffield, United Kingdom