Congratulations to the winners of the Machine Gun Kelly artworks studiocrowd project!

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Creativepool is very pleased to announce the winning submissions for one of the inaugural briefs on our creative crowdsourcing platform, studiocrowd - a brief searching for artworks inspired by the eclectic Machine Gun Kelly and his third album, bloom

Commissioned by Interscope Records, a division of Universal Music Group, we received submissions from around the world including Indonesia, Germany, Sweden, Lithuania, the UAE, Italy and Australia.


It was difficult for MGK and his team to choose just 5 winners from the 118 entries, but these are the carefully chosen few. 

*Nicky Barkla, Graphic Designer from Melbourne, Australia

*From a series of two works by Jason St. Paul, Animator from London, UK

*Robyn Highsmith, Artist from Cleveland, USA

*From a series of three works by Andi Rusyn, Photographer from Wolverhampton, UK

*XOBillie Artist, digital painter from Klintehamn, Sweden

Congratulations all!

Request a case study via or check out Live Briefs on the studio tab for more opportunities.


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