Ellis D = Ellis van der Does is a Dutch illustrator based in Amsterdam. If you take a trip to ‘illustration wonderland’ with her, you’ll enter a 2D graphic universe filled with different textures and popping colours. Ellis works on commissioned and personal projects. Clients include: Nestle, Giphy, Disney, MixMag, Sony Music, BBC, Vice, Cambridge University, Royal Academy of Dance London and TivoliVredenburg, among others.
- GiphyA ten piece sticker pack for Giphy’s Mental Health Awareness channel. It’s still not as easy to talk about mental health as it is to talk about the weather. Why isn’t it? Weather themed references are combined with mental health related imagery in these GIFs to give people tools to talk about their mental health more easily. You can find all these animations on your Giphy keyboard and use them in your own story.
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- What Matters To MeWhat are the things that matter in your life? Do your loved ones know what matters to you? It's time to start important conversations about how we live, from now until the very end of our lives. This documentary was commissioned and supported by over thirty medical and care organisations including Marie Curie, Hospice UK, Macmillan and many more. The film aims to get people talking with loved ones and medical professionals about the things that really matter, so that they can be taken into cons
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Freelance Illustrator & DesignerEllis D
Ellis D = Ellis van der Does is a Dutch illustrator and animator based in Amsterdam. If you take a trip to ‘illustration wonderland’ with her, you’ll enter a 2D graphic universe filled with different textures and popping colours. Ellis works on commissioned and personal projects. Clients include: Sony Music, Nestlé, Tumblr, Vice and MixMag. www.ellisvanderdoes.com @ellis__.d
Pod LeaderUniversity of The Arts London (UAL)
- London, United KingdomFreelance
Modual: is an innovative educational initiative created by Fred Deakin, Professor at University of the Arts London, to equip students with digital, entrepreneurial and collaborative skills that will empower them to thrive in the creative industries after graduation. Over the course of an intensive two week period, students explore their inner creative purpose and develop vital cross-disciplinary collaborative skills: they then create their own 'pop-up design studios' to develop innovative projects that will change the world for the better, with regular mentorship from leading industry experts along the way. At the end of the second week the students present their projects to a live audience of creative industry leaders, peers and investors. Over the course of the two weeks I mentored a pod of fifteen students. The first few days we connected digitally with the help of Fuze and Slack, later on we met physically in Somerset House.
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- Visual Arts
- Art Direction
- Mixed Media
- Digital Artist
- Pen Ink
- Adobe After Effects