James Gulliver Hancock is an Australian artist reporting from New York on creative things.
James is featured in .Cent’s Breaking Boundaries newsletter in April 2013, which took inspiration from Rado‘s D-Star 200 – a sporty diving-inspired watch designed to navigate contemporary lifestyles. For the newsletter, .Cent asks him ‘how have you evolved in the creactive process to get to his current output?”
He explains, ‘My process and confidence has definitely quickened in the difference from when I first started to now. It’s a nice process that as your workload increases so does the confidence in your own abilities and your speed to execute what you do. It can be hard when you first start out to find your voice and so there is a lot of time taken in experimenting with trial and error.’