A lecture by NICK HILL aka NIKILL, 3D Artist, Animator, Art Director Illustrator & Beat Maker
Date: 20 November 2014
Nikill is a former Visual Communication student who has gone on to work with some of the most exciting brands in the Industry.
Nikill is a Sanskrit word meaning complete, universal and resilient. It is also a
Bristolian way of saying Nick Hill.
The work of Nikill began in the form of street art and illustration and progressed into moving image and time based media. The quest is to find the ideal path to converge these disciplines with sound. See him at his first visit to The Cass on...
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