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David Simpson is a visual artist and designer living in Sydney, Australia. His professional career began in 2012 when he was approached by the Melbourne Comedy Festival performance ‘Van Park’ to design a poster for their part in the festival. He is the Creative Director for various clubs and societies at his University and working for various clients such as UTS Housing, Activate UTS, Wollongong High School and the Wollongong Camera Club as a freelancer. Today David focuses on brand development, poster, print design and social networking presence.


Our Story

David Simpson is a visual artist and designer living in Sydney, Australia. Born in 1995. David experienced the rise of the digital age with the common appearance of the computer and internet in his early life. He was given his first computer back in 2005 where he only messed around in programs like Microsoft Paint.

At the age of 8 he opened the program Photoshop and regularly destroyed digital copies of family photos through the application of complex, and sometimes horrible amounts of photoshop filters and effects. From the encouragement from his parents he continued to experiment within photoshop and Microsoft Paint to develop logos and artworks for various imaginative projects. 

Further encouragement came from his High School where he was asked by his Visual Arts teacher and the Performaning Art Faculties to design posters for their upcoming performances of Beauty and The Beast, Jesus Christ Superstar and Grease. David’s talents continued to develop through a number of personal projects including various TV and Movie posters, the branding of his own company - DTS Designs, along with several other smaller projects. 

His professional career began in 2012 when he was approached by the Melbourne Comedy Festival performance ‘Van Park’ to design a poster for their part in the festival. Soon enough his talent and projects began to increase heavily to the point now that he is the Creative Director for various clubs and societies at his University. Today David focuses on brand development, poster and print design.