Playmetric is a graphic art project initiated by Colin Bigelow.

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2018 “Interplay” Solo show, Pocko Gallery, London
2019 “Interplay” Solo show, DDB Adam & Eve, London
2019 “Home” Group show, Flaco Gallery, Spain 


Creative Boom
People of Print 




As part of a commission from Google PAIR, this artwork was created to accompany an article by David Weinberger, a renowned technologist and philosopher. The article provides an in-depth analysis of how AI perceives and comprehends data, and can be accessed in its entirety.


The NHS utilized this series of illustrations as part of their promotional material to inform students about their new online app service. The service provides patients with access to healthcare advice during times that were previously inaccessible, such as in the middle of the night.

Personal drawings

Post-it notes with small drawings that lack a defined category, serving as mere remnants of my wandering thoughts, accumulate throughout the year. At the end of each year, I sift through them, selecting the ones that still carry significance in my mind. I often find that some have potential for the future or represent a continuation of an undetermined thought.


Vogue Japan

With the Art Director's trust, an opportunity presented itself to create an abstract painting for Vogue Japan. The article's central theme revolved around the fleeting nature of monetary worth in relation to its context. The article posited that when an object is only viewed through its subjective values, its cultural context ultimately determines its value. Additionally, the process of producing synthetic objects can lead to higher-value objects than those created naturally, resulting in the ebb and flow of value discussed in the article.