Creative energy exists within everyone. It’s an irresistible momentum, an endless curiosity, and the desire to reimagine what’s possible. To highlight the importance of collaboration, inspire future creators, and cultivate creative energy, we’ve teamed up with Dropbox and four London-based artists on an exclusive art project that reflects London’s diverse creative scene, and we're going to give you the chance to take part too.
Pref, Will Gates, Jamie Julien Brown, and Camille Walala worked together using Dropbox Paper — a new collaborative workspace that helps teams formulate and share ideas. Together, they came up with creative concepts in this unique digital world before bringing to life two physical projects: a mural in the heart of the London and the digital zine below.
Across this page, we explore the minds and work of the four up-and-coming creators. At the bottom, you’ll have the opportunity to contribute your own one-of-a-kind artwork that’ll sit right here on Highsnobiety alongside the work of Pref, Will Gates, Jamie Julien Brown, and Camille Walala.
Scroll through, find your creative energy, and start your own journey with Dropbox Paper.
Jamie Julien Brown
"One of the exciting things about creative energy is that when it hits, you don't really know where it's going to take you."
"When I push outside of what I normally do, that's when I feel creative energy and ideas flow."
"Everything is about being creative: from waking up in the morning and putting clothes together to finding color palettes."
"Creativity is a way of seeing things, it's a way of looking at the world."
You've seen what our team created, but we believe everyone is an artist. So in the spirit of creative energy, we're giving you the chance to be featured alongside Pref, Will Gates, Jamie Julien Brown, and Camille Walala right here on highsnobiety.com. To be in with a chance of sharing your work with thousands of Highsnobiety readers, all you have to do is send us your own designs via the link below. Our team of editors and graphic designers will pick two of the best and share them in a later post next to the other artists' work.
For a print copy of the zine, visit the following locations in London: Goodhood, Edjer, Artwords Bookshop, Mag Culture, London Graphic Center, Jackson's Art Supplies, Cereal Killer Cafe, Protein Studios, Soho Works Shoreditch, The Photographers Gallery, Chisenhale Gallery, Central Saint Martins, London College of Fashion, and the Royal Academy of Arts.