March 27, 8:30am - 10:00am AEDT. Hosted at Tractor Design School
part of a series on Ink
About the speaker
James Jirat Patradoon is a Thailand born art director, graphic designer and illustrator based in Sydney.
His frantic images are inspired hyper-masculine mythologies of of biker gangs, rockstars, pro wrestlers, secret societies, and Facebook. Citing Raymond Pettibon and Katsuhiro Otomo as his artistic influences, James’ work is an irreverent take on the stoic nature of macho pop culture.
His works have been exhibited in Sydney, San Diego, and Bangkok; and have appeared in magazines such as Beautiful/Decay, Nylon, ESPN, Complex, Acclaim, Empty, and ILOVEFAKE. He has collaborated with such companies as Ubisoft, Adidas, Diesel, MTV, PepsiCo, Mambo, Grill’d, The Deftones and Ministry of Sound.
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