Kyle Bean YG9

  • Current Location: Brighton
  • Originally From: United Kingdom

Kyle Bean is an Artist and Designer from Brighton specialising in hand made models, sets and tactile illustrations. Since graduating from a degree in Illustration from the University of Brighton in 2009 he has worked for a diverse range of clients on various projects. Kyle has created window displays for luxury brands such as Liberty, Selfridges and Hermes and editorial commissions for publications such as Wallpaper*, Financial Times, VMAN and Wired. Alongside his commercial work, Kyle has produced some personal projects that have gained him international recognition. These projects include 'Mobile Evolution' - a Russian doll style model depicting the miniaturisation of mobile technology, and 'What Came First?' - a sculpture of a chicken made from egg shells. Kyle has exhibited his work in London, at the International Design Biennial in France and in 2011 became a Young Gun winner at the Art Directors Club in New York.

Portfolio Imagery:

  • Project 1 of 5

    Digital Revolution

    A series of digital/steam power hybrid models created to accompany a feature article in Wired magazine.


    Photography: Sam Hofman

  • Project 2 of 5

    What Came First?

    A chicken made out of eggshells. Personal Project

  • Project 3 of 5


    One of a series of 5 window displays for Selfridges Department Store in London. Each window depicts an object that has been transformed in some way.


    Photo: Andrew Meredith

  • Project 4 of 5

    Soft Guerilla

    One of a series of 'soft weapons' created for an article in CUT magazine


    Photography: Sam Hofman

  • Project 5 of 5


    Smoking Paper heart created for an article about heart disease in Mens Health Magazine


    Photography: Owen Silverwood

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