Studio PI is the award-winning photography and illustration agency that promotes equality and celebrates diversity. We know that certain sections of society are greatly underrepresented in the creative industry: Women. People of colour. People living with disabilities. People from working class backgrounds. Studio PI Founder Sachini Imbuldeniya falls into all four of these groups; she’s made it our mission to bring more diversity to the creative industry and champion those artists whose voices aren’t heard enough and whose talent isn’t seen enough. This makes our work better too. We understand how brands benefit from a wider range of fresh voices who bring with them a new perspective and provide beautiful, innovative and balanced visual content that is a truer reflection of the society we live in.
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- Fringe! Festival x Ngadi SmartStudio PI illustrator @ngadismart was commissioned to create this epic artwork for this year's instalment of Fringe! @fringefilmfest The festival is a warm embrace of Queer love on screen and across the combined arts and runs from the 9th - 14th November. From feature films to experimental installations, workshops and lively debates to wild parties, Fringe! hosts a multitude of diverse events to tickle every one of the senses. You'll see them flooding East London's cinemas, art galleries,1
- Harriet Noble in partnership with Coca Cola, featured in The TimesThe future of the planet is in our hands! � "Time is running out to act on plastic pollution. What’s needed is a collaboration between businesses, government and consumers" says David Prosser Paper art by Harriet Noble in partnership with Coca Cola, featured in The Times #seentheunseen #diversity #studiopi #sustainability #cocacola #harrietnoble #thetimes #paperartist #paperart #thetimes #representation1
- ESEA x Ming Tang EvansFor the first time ever, besea.n and partners have come together to create a programme of events, dedicated to East and South East Asian heritage, culture, history and everything in between. The event was born out of the desire to increase positive representations of ESEA groups in the media and society at large, whilst also combating horrific and racially motivated hate crimes. It’s a chance to celebrate, acknowledge and learn about the incredible ways in which people from these communities hav
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Launch of the YearCampaign"Despite only launching in October, Studio PI has received more than 80 creative commissions including work for Calvin Klein, Samsung, Christian Louboutin, Volvo, Sky, Natwest, The FA, Eastpak, Stylist Magazine, The Guardian & Observer, GQ and Time Out. Judges said it was a ‘breath of fresh air’ that responded to a ‘desperate need in the industry’ and that Studio Pi offered a ‘very necessary service, and one which addresses a real gap with considerable class.’" See more on: https://www.campaignlive.co.uk/article/campaign-publishing-awards-2021-launch-year/1715623