Whether it’s a thoughtful gift for a friend or something bold and unique to grace your own halls, I can produce a range of privately commissioned artwork in small and large format. My large prints are made by the master at Perth Pro Lab, on Ilford Textured Cotton Rag Archival Paper, and Epson Ultrachrome Pigment Archival Ink - this means they are supreme quality, with bold colours that will last a very, very, very long time.

Private commissions are for personal use only.

If you'd like information regarding my creative services for your business or project,
please visit Adrian du Buisson Creative or email me here.

My rates are estimates and subject to the detail and size of the image:

Digital Avatars

A3 - A2 Full Image
Begin at $200

Large Format
Begin at $500

To enquire about or engage me for a private commission, please email me here.
I was very excited to get this commission! In Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, Darth Vader points his finger at bounty hunter Boba Fett and gives him a fairly emphatic order: “No disintegrations”. Fett comes right back with “As you wish”. The exchange makes you wonder what sort of shenanigans the bounty hunter got up to before it (presumably some serious disintegrations). This line is also a significant one from yet another film that I know the intended recipient enjoys, so there’s a secret visual reference to it for an added personal touch.

Star Wars fans will also spot other major locales and elements from Boba Fett’s brief but memorable appearances in both Empire and Return of the Jedi, including the Death Star, Bespin, Jabba's Palace, the Sarlacc, Slave I and the Millennium Falcon. In terms of style, I thought the recipient would appreciate something quite bright and colourful, and I played with the idea of disintegration in the chaotic geometric shapes. I also tried to channel a little retro 60s/70s science fiction psychedelia in the overall execution.
This isn't actually a commission, but a gift I gave to some awesome friends of mine featuring their three adorable cats. How could I not include it?! Each has their real-life collar colour (hey that's fun to say!) with corresponding initial. And love hearts because cats are lovely!
This was a privately commissioned print I completed as a gift for a newly married couple, commemorating their wedding at Green's Pool in Western Australia. Since the location is a significant one for the Ranfords, I suggested I create the print with vintage travel posters in mind. It was particularly fun generating the perspective for this piece through the rippling shapes of the water!
A commission for Nora and Scott, the lovely folks who run Neighbourhood Press. I really love their story of discussing future plans over coffee and art in London, resulting in their awesome Risograph print company in Perth.
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