Israel Kujore

Israel Kujore

Illustrator/Visual Artist/CreativeLondon, United Kingdom
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Israel Kujore

Israel Kujore

Illustrator/Visual Artist/CreativeLondon, United Kingdom
About me
I’m a visual artist/illustrator, with some experience as an advertising creative. I'd describe myself as a 'nostalgic nerd' - my style and character-centred work is an amalgamation of my love for anime, manga, games, music and cartoons.
  • size? X Nike Air Huarache
    size? X Nike Air HuaracheHad the pleasure of featuring alongside Constance Read in the new size? X Nike Air Huarache campaign. Animation/illustration assets by me. More about the campaign here: Interview:
  • Ciao Bella
    Ciao BellaAn illustration commission for an Eater London article, written by Sean Wyer.
  • Balotelli Flex - Weird Euros X Goals4Girls X Adidas Collective
    Balotelli Flex - Weird Euros X Goals4Girls X Adidas CollectiveI designed a beer mat for Weird Euros, in collaboration with Goals4Girls and Adidas Collective. The project celebrates some of the weirdly wonderful moments from the Euros, featuring artwork from a variety of artists and designers.
  • If You Don't Know
    If You Don't KnowFirst time doing something like this, but I had the pleasure of creating the artwork for 'If You Don't Know', a new BBC 1Xtra podcast, hosted by De-Graft Mensah and Roshan Roberts. It's available to listen to on BBC Sounds, iTunes, Spotify etc.
  • The Mythos of Food in New York Rap
    The Mythos of Food in New York RapA fun commission piece for Vittles - 'The Mythos of Food in New York Rap', article written by Jesse Bernard. The full article can be read here:
  • NoodleDOOM
    NoodleDOOMMF DOOM, one of Hip Hop's most iconic characters heavily inspired the creation of my own alter-ego: 'Noodle Boy'. I would've loved to have worked with him someday. In his passing, 'NoodleDOOM' is a tribute that feels very fitting. A fan-made, posthumous team up with the villain, recreating some of his cover art, in the style of Noodle Boy.
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Work history
    AnalogFolk logo
    AnalogFolk logo
    Creative InternAnalogFolk
     - London, United KingdomFull Time
    I worked in a team, alternating between copywriting and art direction. We were consistently able to get potential ideas pitched to clients at Unilever for brands such as Pot Noodle, Hellmanns and Persil. I also designed posters and cards for work events. We played a key part in recommending talent in the initial phases for campaigns - notably Beats collaboration with Ashnikko via Tik Tok.
    And Rising logo
    And Rising logo
    Creative InternAnd Rising
     - London, United KingdomFull Time
    Creative Intern, And Rising I paired up with another creative from the Commercial Break team. We were responsible for a range of tasks: writing scripts, copy for print and social, storyboarding, creating mockups and more. I worked on brands such as KCB, Urban Jungle and Kopparberg. We were given an hour to respond to a brief for Sixt which resulted in our first 6 sheet ad. On another occasion, we created a social post for the brand that garnered 74,000 impressions on a reduced budget. Another creative highlight was naming the new printer - 'Prince'.
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  • Illustration
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Digital Illustration
  • Basic Indesign
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Idea Generation
  • Creative Branding
  • Brand Consistency
  • Visual Arts
  • Intuitive
    University of The Arts London (UAL) logo
    University of The Arts London (UAL) logo
    BA (Hons) Illustration and Visual Media First Class HonoursUniversity of The Arts London (UAL)
     - London, United Kingdom
    Brief-led projects, including collaborative and team projects. My degree has enabled me to explore and experiment with a wide range of visually communicative skills, techniques, mediums and styles.
    BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Art DesignCity of Wolverhampton College
     - Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
    CREAM WinnerThe Talent Business
    I was selected as 1 of the 5 non-Ad school entries, alongside 15 Ad-school students to take part in CREAM - an annual event that showcases some of the best emerging talent in advertising. Leading up to the event, I was mentored by a senior creative team at BBH.