Discover how Zealous sourced animators and artists Canary Wharf Group

Animators for Canary Wharf Group

Canary Wharf’s Arts and Events Department was looking for an animator or videographer to create a series of original videos for their Summer Screen, situated within Canary Wharf’s shopping malls that brings an average of 900,000 people each week. The videos for the Summer Screen will introduce the many events that will occur within the estate. They loved the submissions so much they picked two candidates to create content for their screens, instead of just one.


Discover how Zealous simplified submissions for the Globe

SMEs and Graphic Designer for the Interface Conference

After a successful collaboration in 2015, Shakespeare’s Globe approached Zealous for a second consecutive year of INTERFACE, a free digital / cultural networking event between emerging digital startups and the UK’s top 10 cultural powerhouses (including BAFTA, BFI, the Royal Opera House and more).   INTERFACE 2016 was a chance for small businesses west of London to connect with the UK’s most influential creative organisations.


Explore how Zealous simplified artist submissions for Curious Duke Gallery

Secret Art Prize

Leading London contemporary art gallery, Curious Duke (CDG), have chosen Zealous to power their annual Secret Art Prize. Founded by Eleni Duke, the gallery has cemented its position in the UK art scene with artists showcased at leading art fairs, taken to the airwaves on BBC radio and featured in London’s press as well as top art publications such as After Nyne.


Explore how Zealous simplified photography submissions for Firstsites' "Essence of Essex"

Photography Exhibition for Gallery

Essence of Essex was a free public competition launched during ‘Martin Parr: Work and Leisure’, the first major photography exhibition to be held at Firstsite Gallery, Colchester, UK. The competition brief asked Photographers to capture the essence of Essex. Submissions were accepted on Zealous for three months, with multiple rounds of judging including the Firstsite team, a public vote opened to Essex residents and Martin Parr.