Recommendations

Strategy, Growth, & Market Entry Specialist - China Business Development


"I worked with Chris Gadd during the development of China's first themed entertainment center, Big E. Chris is one of the most professional and sharp minded artists I have ever had the pleasure of working with. He helped us to not only paint astounding murals, but to also go over some previous bad artwork from a different painter and bring it to a level of satisfaction. Chris has an eye for theming and the professionalism to make sure a job gets finished on-time and on-budget, something many other artists struggle to provide. I give Chris my highest recommendation to anyone seeking a talented professional to assist with their large scale or themed artwork needs."


November 12, 2014, Eric was Chris's client


Owner of ROCKARTuk


"Chris is an internationally renowned spray artist worthy of the highest recommendation. He is one of a few artists on the commercial circuit capable of achieving an incredibly high standard of work in a short space of time."


"Chris is a very professional, personable artist who delivers high impact 2D artwork every time . I have had the pleasure of working with Chris over the last 10 years & I look forward to working with him again in the future."


May 8, 2011, Tony worked directly with Chris at Artworks


Owner, Wood Entertainment Co.


"Chris is not only an excellent artist, but a true professional as well. Not only did he produce a superb product, but he did so on schedule. I would recommended Chris to anyone needing artwork, no matter what the size of the project."


May 8, 2011, Michael was Chris's client

Media

"Airbrush artist inspires Coleg Gwent students"


Maniacal monsters, arty animals, vibrant people and crazy cartoons - it's all in a day's work for airbrush artist Chris Gadd who recently visited students at Coleg Gwent's Crosskeys Campus.


The visit was under the Dynamo Project, a role-models scheme which uses inspirational people to encourage young people to turn their business ideas into a reality.


Theatrical make-up students are no strangers to design but the group recently swapped make-up brush for an airbrush as they learnt about the highly skilled techniques of airbrush painting, and thought about how they could apply some of these ideas to their own work.


Chris showed students how he develops eye-catching designs on many different surfaces including vehicles, fairground rides and tourist attractions, and even demonstrated how some of his techniques could be applied to body painting, creating a picture perfect corset on the back of a model.


Lecturer Maria Retter said: "We were delighted that Chris shared his creative and inspirational work with students."


"From broadening their artistic experience to technical knowledge, all the students took something from the session and it was fascinating to learn about the different effects that could be achieved."


Published on Friday March 12th, 2010