Sam Spratt the Ads Creative Monster

Sam Spratt is a 27 year old and Brooklyn-based illustrator as well as a painter. He is a talented genius and brilliant artist behind that Dwight meets bear. Actually Spratt is super creative artist who we will be seeing on every magazine cover, on billboards and on ads maybe for four decades to come. He has been working for countless world-class publications and also celebrities. Check out his amazing work.


Spratt is obviously a talented artist whose art skills is beyond doubt, but it is his understanding of each subject and attention to the details  and also his speed that left everyone whom he ever worked with at many worldwide publications in awe of his ability.


It’s his experience working with many celebrities, corporations and publication companies that makes him not only creative but be able to deal with many people of different traits.


His work and clients range from magazine covers and editorial illustrations for Game Informer, Variety, Rolling Stone, Der Spiegel, Smithsonian, Gawker, and the Wall Street Journal, promotional and advertising imagery for National Geographic, Angry Birds, FX Network, Cinemax, Bioware, Gearbox Software, and Tomb Raider, among others, conceptual art for the game industry, cover art and branding for the music industry with music labels such as Universal, Warner, EMI, Def Jam, album art for Janelle Monáe, Wale, Waka Flocka Flame, Ty Dolla Sign, Cash Cash, Childish Gambino, and Logic, movie posters for Sundance winning Best Documentaries and Bollywood films and many more.


He has even worked with 500 CEOs around the globe. He also makes some medical illustrations for The American Association of Cancer Research or with tour bus wraps, stage design, merchandise, book covers, websites, logos, advertising concepts, and everything in between.


His work has been featured on PBS, Yahoo, Imagine FX, Complex, ForbesNMEPitchfork,  MaximThe Daily Dot and MTV. His technique is built off of classical oil-painting training — translated to the fast-paced digital world.

Source: Art People, Sam Spratt, Website