Indispensable Political Leadership / Harvard Press
The Elusive Truffle
Music and Mathematics - BBC Music Magazine October 2015
Serialism / BBC Music Magazine
Wine Review / Wall Street Journal
Principality of Sealand Book Cover
EU / Science and Society
Cover / Wall Street Journal
Greek / Wall Street Journal
Defence Aerospace Cover / For a global Big 4 professional services co.
Cover / Life As We Know It
Cover of Step Magazine / April issue
Power of Brands / Reader's Digest
The Philosophers Stone Peter Marshall
Virginia Ironside / Reader's Digest
Phillip Larkin / Independent on Sunday
Penny Farthing / Banking Technology
The Influencing Engine / Richard Hayden
Europe / Real IR Magazine
Letters / Independent
Slimming / Marie Claire
Deconstruction / The Independent
STASI / Independent
Dancing to Armageddon / Martin Palmer
Equation / New Scientist
Mystics / Options Magazine
Waiters / Harpers Wine
Forgeries / The Guardian
Album Cover / Cherub
Schools / Independent
Deconstruction / Independent
Panorama / Independent
Mozart / Independent
The Influencing Engine Richard Hayden Black Swan
Stage Fright - Z-Life Magazine
Harper's Wine Auction
The Oatmeal Ark
Harpers Wine Boxing
Christmas Menu / The Dorchester
Recipes For Cherubs
Last Days of Leningrad / BBC Title
Christmas Menu / The Dorchester
Lulu Poster / Almeida Theatre
Red Wine / Harpers and Queen
UK Financial / ABS Magazine
Chris Wadden attended Salisbury College of Art before setting up a studio in London and has worked his way through a wide range of disciplines: animation, 3d assemblage, collage, graphic design, clock design, digital paintings and photography.
Chris started out as a designer/illustrator on Tatler magazine in the 80’s and later produced regular mixed media images for The Independent on Sunday, The Listener, Radio Times and New Scientist. He also spent several years on graphic design commissions for the fashion industry: John Galliano, Joseph, Vidal Sassoon became regular clients.
Inspired originally by Joseph Cornell, Chris began producing elaborate 3D constructions and was regularly commissioned to produce covers for the Independent on Sunday Review and the Guardian Weekend magazine. He later developed these into moving pieces and created a number of animations for title sequences and animated shorts for the BBC, Channel 4 and MTV.
His studio in Hoxton grew into a veritable Aladdin’s cave of constructed sets and assorted mechanical contraptions which was photographed for the Observer ‘Room of my Own’ feature. Chris then began using the computer to mimic the constructed images and now combines built objects with elements created on the Mac. From his studio in Somerset he now also produces hand made illustrated clocks based on various classic car speedometers.
Chris has also developed a style of digital painting which he first used for a regular column, Shop! for the Telegraph Saturday Magazine.
The Telegraph Magazine, BBC Music Magazine, Management Today, Reader’s Digest, The Independent on Sunday, The Guardian, The Times Saturday Magazine, Harpers & Queen, Tatler, Barclays, Penguin Books, Transworld Publishing, Harper Collins, The Dorchester Hotel, New Scientist, Radio Times, Elle, Cosmopolitan, Almeida Theatre, Royal Mail, RSC, Financial Times The Folio Society, P&O Cruises, Harper Collins, MacMillan Publishing.