Today we chat with Clement de Bruin, Cape Town based illustrator and graphic designer. Enjoy!
Who is Clement de Bruin and what do you do?
I’m a 26 year old freelance illustrator and graphic designer living and working in Cape Town who loves dabbling in typography occasionally. I studied graphic design at CPUT and later started working for Am I Collective before deciding to go freelance.
How would you define your style or art?
I like experimenting with different techniques and styles. So I never know how to respond on this question. I will leave it up to the people that look at my work to define it for themselves.
What inspires your work?
My beautiful city Cape Town, Music, my dog, people and other creatives off all kinds.
What are you currently working on?
I’m currently working on a piece for an upcoming show called The Doors of Perception at Revolution in the Woodstock Exchange building starting on 28 May. It’s going to be a rad show with bands and drinks. Everyone is welcome so come have a drink, listen to some tunes and buy some cool art.
What advice would you give young creatives looking to do what you do?
Never stop working! For some people it come naturally, they are just good from the get-go. For others like myself it is practice and dedication.
Where can our readers follow your work?
On my Behance profile: http://www.behance.net/speelgrond or my website:
http://www.clementdebruin.com/ or if you prefer like my on Facebook: