Known for her distinguish palette of pastels and neons meet Blake Kathryn. She is a Los Angeles-based 3d artist and her work involves themes of nostalgia, states of consciousness, and vices, iterated into lighthearted, dreamlike compositions.
Blake Kathryn’s 3D dreamscapes have the power to transport you to another reality — one of the rich color palettes, glossy androids, and a neon-hued alternate reality. Her one-of-a-kind look has attracted clients like Adidas, Fendi, The New York Times, and Adobe. Most recently, she animated the visualizer for Lil Nas X’s “Panini,” which currently sits at 47 million views on YouTube.
Published on the evening before the release of his debut EP, her looping animations of slick cyborgs accompanied his second single after the success of “Old Town Road,” helping propel the notion that he’s more than a one-hit-wonder.
Blake has a vast and remarkable list of clients like Jimmy Choo, Instagram, Facebook, Columbia Records, Lil Nas X, Bombas & Parr, NY Times, Complex, Microsoft Outlook, Nooklyn, The New Stand, Vox, Western Digital, and so many others, and selected projects
with Smirnoff, Jimmy Choo / Supernova, Paris Hilton, Instagram, FENDI, Warner Brothers Music, and so on.
As an advertising student at the University of Florida, she found herself attracted to studying graphic design. After graduating, she moved to New York City jump-started her career, furthering her music industry and fine arts interests.
After experiencing a polar vortex and dreaming of the sun, Kathryn made her way to Los Angeles, where she now takes inspiration from tech-free walks that eventually show up in the form of iridescent palm trees in her art.