#NOISEfave: James Fellows

This week’s #NOISEfave is James Fellows and his amazingly detailed political caricatures!

James is sixteen and is studying art, drama and production design A-Levels. In his spare time, however, he paints, draws and even sculpts these glorious depictions of politicians, icons and a fair few of the North Korea’s, Kim Jong Un. 

We love his use of colour and the way it suggests texture in his work, as well as his use of his NOISE ePortfolio, which is bursting with work, previous education and skills! We also like that there is a broad range within his work, from caricatures, to portraits and even a landscape. He experiments with different styles and uploads works in progress, which is really interesting to see and useful for getting a better look at him as an artist.

You can see more from James on his ePortfolio



Psst! We’ve got some great illustration talent on the website right now, including Paul Dickens, another political illustrator!

Aside from the laughs we get looking at his cartoons, we like that he’s gone ahead and filled his ePortfolio right up! Paul’s is an exa

mple of a great NOISE portfolio; where not only can we see a good body of work, but he’s paired all uploads with respective descriptions and tags, so they’re given context and are discoverable. Not to mention the fact that he’s filled out a skill, organised his work into a collection and made sure to add an introduction.

You can see Paul’s ePortfolio for yourself, here.

For more on how to best use your ePortfolio, check out our blog series.