My name is Brendan Dawes. I'm an artist and designer exploring the interaction of objects, people, art and technology using an eclectic mix of analog and digital materials.
Working with form and code, my work is often born from data and realised as interactive installations, electronic objects, online experiences, data visualisations, print advertising and digital campaigns.
I create this work for myself and for various global brands including Airbnb, Twitter, PWC, Google, Seagate, BBC, The Royal Shakespeare Company, The Atlantic, Bravo, M&C Saatchi, EE, Arup, Intel, Cancer Research UK, Mailchimp and many others.
Highlights include a story-telling installation at the Sundance Film Festival for Airbnb, a generative installation for Twitter creating real-time digital creatures in response to tweets, a print campaign for EE visualising social media traffic in eleven UK cities captured over three days, a 360 degree video projection for Platts displaying the journey of over 3000 ships as well as work now part of the permanent collection at MoMA in New York, creating a visual fingerprint of an entire movie.
If you'd like to talk about working together then please get in touch.
A full biography can be found here