• April 15th, 2014
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Edmond Davis illustrated this brilliant ‘Where’s The Bee’ poster for EDF energy. Edmond, the master of hidden object puzzles, camouflaged 12 bees in this busy scene as part of EDF’s ‘Bumblebee Discovery’ program. To see more of Edmond’s work click here.

Gary Redford was briefed to create a modern take on the classic propaganda poster for this advertising campaign for ProAir.  Gary’s striking artwork was used to promote their product, which has revolutionized inhalers.

Garry Walton, worked with Agency Inc to create this poster for Ascot Racecourse. The illustration, which was inspired by vintage fireworks packaging, was a striking advertisement for the racecourse’s bonfire night extravaganza.

 

Michael Crampton recently illustrated this stunning limited edition print featuring the Jaguar XK120 Roadster.  We love Michael’s take on the classic car poster.

Havas Dubai commissioned Garry Walton to illustrate this Gatsby inspired poster for their ‘Magic of the Movies’ campaign for the Level shoe district Dubai. Garry created this striking art deco design for their in store campaign.

Nick Chaffe was asked by Artcrank to design a print for their ‘Poster Party For Bike People’. Cycling in Sweden whilst listening to the Doors song ‘The End’ inspired Nick’s brilliant print. If you’d like to buy one they are exclusively available at 2022NQ in Manchester until August 3rd. Click here for details of the exhibition.

This retro racing poster is one of a set of four Michael Crampton illustrated for a new Italian restaurant in Canada. As well as being used as murals these stunning artworks are being used to create the brand identity for the restaurant.

Gary Redford was commissioned by The Brand Company to illustrate the posters and press adverts for the ‘Pop The Kennebunks’ festival in Maine. Gary’s contemporary take on retro graphics was utilised to create this striking image for Maine’s ultimate lifestyle festival.

  • June 13th, 2013
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Havas Dubai commissioned Doug Sirois to create this brilliant illustration for the Level Shoe District’s ‘Magic Of The Movies’ campaign. Doug’s pastiche artwork has been used across a poster campaign to advertise the Dubai shopping mall, which is dedicated to shoes.

In celebration of Sandwich Week we have been enjoying this visual feast from Nick Chaffe.