Billelis worked with AKQA to craft the key visuals for Future Lions 2019, a global student competition in collaboration with Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.
The visuals include images of a powerful lion cub made out of stone shattering glass symbolising the student talent breaking through barriers that exist in their minds.
The visuals are being used across a number of different platforms including social media, print, web and animation.
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Client: AKQA & Cannes Lions
Billelis has created a series of medical illustrations for the pharmaceutical industry.
The subject matters include many aspects of anatomy and physiology including a heart, kidneys and the brain.
Through 3D art, illustrations of the body can be given more depth and detail. The key visuals in this project specifically show brain neuron activity, microscopic virus, blood cell flow and polytheistic kidneys.
Anatomical projects lend themselves well to 3D work and as such this is something Billelis' will be exploring further in 2019.
Billelis was approached by Nike Basketball to create key visual for the launch of professional basketball player LeBron James' signature shoe; the XI.
The visuals include images of a diamond faceted lion, shown in juxtaposition with photography of LeBron himself.
The purpose of this campaign was to showcase the key visuals across a number of different marketing deliverables including in-store imagery, billboards and to support social media posts online.
Client: Nike Basketball
Ozzy Osbourne, widely and fondly known as "The Prince of Darkness" is an iconic British rock star.
Starting his career back in the 1970s as the frontman to metal band Black Sabbath, Ozzy went on to release 11 solo studio albums, achieving critical acclaim and becoming a household name all around the world.
Billelis had the honour of creating key visuals which were used for the front cover of magazine Planet Rock, depicting the Prince of Darkness as a foreboding skeleton with bats, often synonymous with Ozzy, swooping around.
The beautifully intricate artwork was displayed on magazine stands up and down the country, as well as being shown on giant screens at the "home of rock" Download Music Festival.
Billelis created this black matte heart and gold floral concept for Canadian DJ Apashe.
The imagery was used as a key visual for Apashe's latest song, a re-imagined version of a Nina Simone classic.
The image was used for both the song's cover and featured in online content. This was the fifth in a series of key visuals Billelis has created exclusively for Apashe.
Billelis has created a social creative campaign for the World Cup 2018.
The images in this project combine Billelis' signature style with iconic English emblems, including the flag, crest and distinctive English lion.
The visuals shown are 3D illustrations to celebrate England's 2018 World Cup efforts, which saw the team end in fourth place, the best result since World Cup 1990.
Nike Air Max Day is a special holiday dedicated to celebrating Nike's most iconic shoe; the Air Max.
The annual celebration is held on March 26th, which is the day the first ever Nike Air Max 1 was released.
Billelis, together in collaboration with Headless Horse, created key visuals for the official day.
Nike, the Greek goddess of victory, sister of Strength, Force and Zeal is reflected in the airwork, a pair of Air Max hand carved in white marble by sculptor Alasdair Thomson.
We celebrate this Nike Air Max Day 2017, with an immortal representation of the grecian style, set in stone. Join us in our salute to the epitome of both modern and traditional style.
Project by: Headless Horse
Sculpture: Alasdair Thomson
Art Direction: David Mahoney
3D Design and Art Direction: Billy Bogiatzoglou
Motion Graphics: Robbie Dickson
Photography: David Anderson
Billelis worked with UK metalcore band Bury Tomorrow on their fifth studio album, Black Flame.
The album was released on 13th July 2018 to critical acclaim.
Billelis created iconic branding for the band, which included the clearly identifiable five-pronged dark flame.
The visual identity was used across a number of mediums, including CD artwork, vinyl, merchandise (pictured) and stage visuals.
The latter was used throughout festival season 2018 and will be used in their upcoming, and widely anticipated, tour in 2019.
This project contains a steampunk inspired key visual exploration for the watch-maker and jewellery sector.
Billelis has created imagery which shows the inner workings of industry in juxtaposition with the inner workings of nature, and thus the concept of the 'Robo Beetle' was coined.
Billelis had the pleasure of working on the cover for The Glitch Mob's upcoming album See Without Eyes.
The Glitch Mob, an electronic music group from LA, had a vision for their album cover which involved having their own faces in 3D.
Billelis brought this idea to life by using 3D scans of each band member's face and turning those images into 3D sculptures.
The end result is a captivating album artwork which depicts the band's image as futuristic sculptures colliding down the cover.
Immortalising the band forever.
Aerosyn Lex & Dean J. Grenier
Bliss n Eso are an Australian Hip Hop band based in Sydney.
The trio approached Billelis to create the artwork for their album, 'Off The Grid'.
Featuring a hooded angel holding a gold skull, the artistic album cover is interesting and eye-catching.
The trio of intricately decorated skulls, also created by Billelis, was featured in the sleeve notes of the album.
The key visuals were used for the album cover (for both the CD and vinyl), for social media campaigns and featured in merchandise such as clothing and skateboards.
Excitingly, the artwork was also displayed on a huge mural (as shown in the pictures to the right) which showed, on a grand scale, the great depth and detail in Billelis' piece.
Pictured are a selection of album and EP covers from Billelis' long-standing collaboration with dubstep artist Apashe.
Billelis had the pleasure of working with Apashe on a series of EP covers for Soundcloud and Spotify alongside social media content and stage visuals.
The key visuals received rave reviews from fans across social media platforms, including Instagram and YouTube, where the iconic artworks have garnered a legion of fans.
More covers from this collection are to be exclusively published as they are announced.
Key Visual for premium audio equipment company, Dynaudio.
The key visual was part of a large artist and client collaboration resulting in print advertising, exhibition art and product packaging.
Album Cover Artwork for Brazilian Metal Band Project 46's upcoming album titled TRES.