Amaël Isnard — Paris, France

“For me, it’s much easier to draw on a small surface of paper first, to find an expressive pose for a character, and to compose the sketch more harmoniously. Then it gets trickier to paint outlines and re-draw on a large wall. On the project for the Apple Store, the characters were printed out, so I didn’t have to worry...

A’Design Award & Competition 2021 — Top Winners — Italy

A’Design Award & Competition, one the world’s largest and most diffused international design awards announced results of the 2020-2021 design competition: 2,094 Winners from 108 countries in 104 different design disciplines. Best products, projects and services worldwide that demonstrate superior design, technology and creativity are rewarded with the A’Design Award; the symbol of excellence in design and innovation. There are...

Emily Eldridge — Berlin, Germany

“One huge difference between drawing on paper versus on a wall is the use of the body in a physical sense. You can hide a sketchbook in your lap, or quickly make 10 little drawings; but when you are working on a mural, you use your whole body to draw. I also find that ‘conquering’ something bigger than you is...

Sophi Odling — Sydney, Australia

“Every factor is different. With large walls, there is an excitement and energy that creates an outlet for a completely different experience. My process involves creating a digital sketch of a piece that is ready to paint on a wall. During this process, all the obstacles — space, etc. — are considered straight into the design.”...