COMMERCIAL and EDITORIAL WORK

Scale juxtaposition – mixing tiny people with real world objects – is a technique that has been employed in the media for centuries (from Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels (1726) to Honey I Shrunk The Kids (1989) to the Pillsbury Doughboy) tapping into people’s general fascination with miniature things. Christopher is routinely approached by advertising and marketing brands, both large and small, to design attention-getting images to support their products. He also works with magazine and book editors on custom images for a range of publications.

 NEW YORK TIMES (usa)

 NEW YORK TIMES (usa)

BIZZY Bakeworks (usa)

BIZZY Bakeworks (usa)

POLITICO (europe)

MASTERCARD (usa)

AGENCIA MOOD (brazil)

THE NUTRITIONISTS (australia)

LUCKY PEACH (usa)

A-RCH DESIGN LIMITED (hong kong)

CHINOOK BOOK (usa)

LUX MAGAZINE (uk)

 

THE STRANGER (usa)

INTERVIEW (russia)

IdN (hong kong)

MACHI CAFE (japan)

EATING WELL (usa)

FAST COMPANY (usa)

CITIBANK (usa)

 

PHOTOGRAPHIE (france)

DODHO MAGAZINE (spain)

VOGUE (italy)

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HDL MAGAZINE (israel)

MAIF (france)