The various Sketchbook pages for working ideas or concepting and exploring techniques imagery and styles. Many of the pages consist of collage elements utilizing images found online or in magazines, original drawings or work from other artists.
Cover art for various musicians and artists.
Various 3d installations, toys, products, displays and assemblages.
Graphic design and art direction for a collaborative collection between fashion designers Helena Bajaj Larsen and Cecile Mouen Makoua. The collection debuted as part of the SS 16 season, taking inspiration from industrial landscapes and city grids.
"The Imposters" is a music based visual illustration project I am currently working on. The final work will on display later this year.
The project progress can be followed at:
Art Direction, Editorial Design and Branding for Matte Media - a bi-annual publication under the Matte Projects umbrella celebrating cutting edge design and street culture, music and fashion.
A dust jacket cover design for Haroun and the Sea of Stories by Salman Rushdie for the Penguin Classic Graphic Deluxe edition. The collections invites illustrators to create wrap around dust jackets for classic novels, in their own interpretation and graphic sensibility.
"Man on the Moon" was a self-directed project to try and explore the world of concept albums in music. The idea was to bring the narrative behind the music to life in a interactive website filled with pop culture, gifs, written prose, music and video to bring a user and listener into the world of the artist in question - Kid Cudi. Gifs and images were collected from the internet along with self created assets along with orginal prose.
"The End" is a series of digital collages printed on duratrans backlit film, exploring the notions of narrative, iconography and memory.
In a world dominated by visual narratives- where intertextuality and pastiche is a currency, this series hopes to capture a creative process rather than a creative outcome. The aim is to create art from personal, visual inspirations and from building upon existing imagery rather than starting from a fresh canvas, eventually pointing out the meaninglessness of intertextual references in a post apocalyptic dialogue.
Whilst some works become disjointed, narratives combining the sinister with the humorous, others become documentations of specific cultural moments, archiving visual tropes and weaving them together in cinematic montages of collective memory. Using a combination of sketches, graphics, typography, found image, sound and cultural iconography, "the End" generates narratives from the visual lexicon of pop culture - borrowing from and paying homage to the artist's favorite creators in the process.
Alex Siesse is New York and Montreal based musician. In order to prepare for his debut show on May 13th 2016, a custom website was created for Alex and to build his visual identity and aesthetic as a musician. The posters, show programs, website and social media assets were designed for his brand.
The full website can be viewed at:
This multimedia project seeked to try and take significant songs from my past and find a way to capture their essence and ambience that I felt when I first heard them. The project hoped to try and capture the intangible and make a tangible wearable feeling - an attempt to try and relive a moment over and over. The piece resulted in 4 mixed media masked, photographed and turned into gifs, a multi media website and photo installation.
The Grand Mess - a project in collaboration with Alex Siesse, is a band and musical experience. The musicians perform live and in the dark with projections and video installations surrounding them so as to create an elevated space to listen and experience the music. All the pieces are written and composed by Alex Siesse. All art direction and visual contented is created by Shreya Chopra. The projections are a mix of self recorded footage, animation and found footage collaged together.
The Grand Mess has now performed publicly multiple times:
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The Raconteur's Manifesto was a conceptual project defining my own personal artistic manifesto. The final work consisted of a light installation and a series of editorial pages (pictured here) collaged onto acetate to created a tangled set of refliction, light and shading and transparency.
In the midst of a re-branding, Red Bull Music Academy Radio asked me to propose a new design for the social graphics for RBMA to promote their radio shows. This is the proposal sent forward to the team and the design style that was then later implemented.