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Gabriela Grant

StudentLondon, United Kingdom
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Gabriela Grant

StudentLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Current student at the School of Communication Arts 2.0, discovering whether I am a copy writer, art director or a perfect blend of herbs and spices. Graduate from the Edinburgh College of Art 2019 with a degree in painting even though I don't paint. Highly conceptual artist on a life mission to develop a greater understanding of human sexuality as well as my own.
  • CHECK yourself OUTAn illustration of my SCA cohort, otherwise known as Checkout. Each illustration is a literal interpretation of someones name. eg Alice Shedd (A shed).
  • Ella's KitchenWin the mealtime battle - Poster Campaign
  • Tanning ShopHolidays From £9.99 - Poster Campaign
  • Satonoyuki TofuPoster Campaign
  • Guinness Topical AdA substantial meal
  • A Brief Insight PodcastAn SCA 2.0 podcast comprised of interview with staff and more importantly students. Each a vignette of the wonderful and brilliant 2020 intake with discussion ranging from reflection to favourite films. I designed the cover of the podcast.
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Work history
    Work ExperienceadamandeveDDB
     - London, United KingdomInternship
    I undertook a two week work experience at Adam and Eve DDB. I throughly enjoyed my time there and had my eyes massively opened to the world of advertising and its essential role in almost all aspects of human life. I was really inspired by the work that was being done around me and it was in that moment that I realised I wanted to be a creative in advertising.
  • Communicating Ideas
  • Organised
  • Art Directing
  • Copywriting
  • Creative Leadership
  • Concept Artist
    AdvertisingSchool of Communication Arts
    London, United Kingdom
    I am currently studying at SCA as part of the Checkout intake.
    BA (Hons) PaintingEdinburgh College of Art
     - Edinburgh, United Kingdom
    As a conceptual artist my work challenges societal attitudes towards pornography, female sexuality and feminist thought within the framework of Western liberal democracy. The art is intended to be thought-provoking and controversial. It engenders an awkwardness of conversation whilst both supporting gender equality and exposing the irony of the current gender debate format. I hope to provoke a wider feminist debate and its meaning to the millennial generation. My invitation to the viewer is to recognise the satire and humour in my art and enjoy its playfulness and intimacy.
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    Edinburgh AwardThe University of Edinburgh
    Leadership in Student Opportunities, student representative.