About the artist
Olivier is an Award Winning Multi Talented Contemporary Artist
Winner of IPSE’s Freelance Project of the Year 2019.
Shortlisted for European Diversity Awards (EDA): Coca Cola’s Hero of the Year 2019.
IPSE mentioned ‘Highly Commended’ to Olivier Jamin and Christina Wheeler film-maker for IPSE’s Collaboration Awards 2021 and being part of Gloucester History Festival who are the winners of the Museum and Heritage Award (MHA) for The Pandemic Pivot Award 2021.
Olivier specialises in hand-drawn multi-coloured art, as well as creating digital arts, mixed media arts and photography. He designed and produced products such as trays, t-shirts, bags, stickers.
The aim is to produce work that combines the effect of colours and patterns and raises peoples imaginations and awareness.
"Deaf Luton artist Olivier Jamin is holding his exhibition of hand drawn abstract 2D work, which explores the effect of colour on the emotions and the psyche."
"Jonathan Cheetham, General Manager for Grand Central, said: “Partnering with Olivier Jamin was an easy decision for us. Whilst we are a shopping and dining destination, we’re still very much focused on investing in the people of our city. We have thousands of people passing through Grand Central each day, so we are thrilled to be able to provide Olivier with a magnificent platform to help build further awareness of his inspirational artwork.”
"Simon Russell, Sales Director for blowUP media, said: “We love to see great creative content running on our sites and Olivier’s drawings are a great showcase for our medium. We are very pleased to be able to help him share his work with the city of Birmingham and raise awareness for deafness and disabilities."
"Olivier Jamin’s exhibition features 39 supremely detailed works… You may need to look at Olivier Jamin’s abstract drawings for a few minutes before you notice the shapes concealed within their colourful patterns."
"When I first saw Olivier’s drawings they reminded me of the very details work of Arabic art, with the same kind of spiritual patterns."
Olivier Jamin and Christina Wheeler - Highly Commended for IPSE's Collaboration Award 2021
Andy Chamberlain, Director of Policy for IPSE who gave a speech at IPSE Freelancer Awards 2021, King's Place, London on Thursday 14th October 2021.
“Now before I announce the winners, the judges wanted me to make a very special mention of one other team in this category. The judges wanted to mark Olivier Jamin and Christina Wheeler as highly commended for their important work for the deaf community. Please can we all give Olivier and Christina a huge round of applause.”
Arts and Products for sale
- £6.41 – £79.92
Reprints, Sticker, Stickers£12.50