Sophie Rose Brampton is a London based Artist and Freelance illustrator whose personal work focuses on contemporary trends, feminism and womanhood. Intrigued by millennial behaviours, sexism and female sexuality, these issues serve as inspiration for her digitally drawn illustrations. Her vibrant colour ways and unapologetic use of tongue-in-cheek humour has helped for her style to become recognisable and unique. Artist Bio - I am an Artist and freelance illustrator seeking new exciting creative projects and collaborations. I have experience working with brands and businesses on artwork for marketing, advertising campaigns and events. My services include artwork for commercial purpose, marketing, branding, design, product and personal commission. I also create live at events as a Portrait Artist. I've created for clients such as Puma, Durex, Adidas, Vans, Refinery 29, K Swiss, Superdrug, Nails inc, Teenage Cancer Trust, JD Sports, Footlocker, Boohoo, Missguided, In The Style and Quiz Clothing. Rates upon request, please email me at email@example.comLocked Pro Plan feature
This course began as a general Fashion 4-unit module practising skills in Fashion design, studies, pattern cutting and communications. After trying out all modules I found myself most drawn to the communications unit, learning skills in marketing, PR, promotions and 2D design. I created my own self-directed projects based on hypothetical campaigns designed by myself to increase sales and to advertise a brand of my choice that I felt my campaign idea could help. For my final major project counting towards 40% of my overall university grade of an upper level 2:1, I created a zine inspired by Riot Grrl - the fourth wave movement of feminism mainly consisting of anger-inspired poems, artwork and lyrics. My zine titled Babygurl zine (mimicking the infantization of women in society) consisted of self-directed fashion shoots and illustrations around the topics of beauty, feminism and womanhood. The zine included articles, photoshoots, illustrations and interviews with creatives. My final unit was an alternative to a dissertation which was a business plan for an embroidered clothing business. This project taught me excellent skills in business, marketing, sales, fashion production and manufacture. This course enabled me to gain the ability to be confident in self-promotion, art direction and being able to put my ideas into fruition. I was able to explore my creativity and direct my own projects right through to the final outcome.