Transform Your Workplace

Transform Your Workplace
Creative Debuts provides a variety of art services for businesses. We deliver artwork for the office, creative events, and bespoke commissions. 
Art in the workplace makes a positive and powerful statement about the company culture, improves employee happiness, and boosts company performance. You can support and champion the local community in your company, big or small, through our tailored business services. We ensure that emerging artists from marginalised groups are fairly represented across our projects, and we run charitable grants to support artists that need it most.
Alexis Eke
Alexis Eke is an illustrator and designer based in Toronto, Ontario. Inspired by renaissance portraits, her faith and earth tones. She aims to increase the representation of black women in design and offer a space for deep reflection. With her work consisting of Black female portraits, she aims to ask audiences “How are Black women represented in the art world?”. To emphasise the issue that in formal art spaces, Black women are brought in as moving parts, rarely entering these fields/spaces as a permanent feature. 
Domagoj Šokčević
Domagoj Šokčević is a 23-year-old illustrator, designer and visual artist based in Croatia. He draws his inspiration mainly from everyday life and people around him. Domagoj has been able to develop a very characteristic range of colours, assumed angles of view and framing, finally a style imbued with a feeling of serenity as if time had stood still in order to better dissect the present moment and allow us to see the essential. Domagoj likes to use a combination of different colours that reflect on psychic feelings while watching his illustrations. 
 
Naledi Tshegofatso Modupi
Naledi Tshegofatso Modupi is a multi-dimensional visual artist known for her versatility and her ability to seamlessly manoeuvre between digital art territories and traditional art mediums. Her work is consistent in the use of bold and vibrant colours, featuring a striking use of line work. Naledi's work is mainly portraiture and the style developed can be best described as reductive or semi-abstract portraiture. Her work is heavily inspired by the beauty of blackness and characteristics associated with black people. She aims to inspire confidence and awaken hope in those who are able to find their reflections in her pieces.

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