Nick Chaffe has continued his partnership with online beer retailer Eebria with this brilliant new press ad. Nick designed and illustrated the striking campaign, which features his trademark typography.
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.
Cristina Guitian was commissioned by the Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts to create an illustration inspired by the contributions to their ‘World We Want for Girls’ blog. Cristina took the ideas from the blog and shaped them into a vision representing an ideal future for girls.
John Rielly was commissioned by Renault to illustrate a pop art version of the Mona Lisa for their recent outdoor campaign in France. The campaigns tagline ‘Even an icon needs to learn how to change’ was supported by John’s interpretation of the Mona Lisa, alongside a contemporary incarnation, and the original artwork.
Gary Redford was commissioned by Heathrow Airport to illustrate their Christmas Shopping Promotion. Gary created a series of purple ribbons, which have been placed across billboards, Underground advertisements, digital media and taxis across London.
Gary Redford was commissioned by Waitrose to update the artwork for their ‘Community Matters’ scheme. Gary created a great illustration for the campaign, which can currently be seen on the Waitrose Christmas TV advert.
Another week and another Great British sporting achievement, congratulations to Andy Murray for winning the US open. Also congratulations to Michael Crampton, who was chosen to create the theme art for the prestigious tournament. Michael’s bold graphic style resulted in this striking artwork.
Agency Inc commissioned Garry Walton to illustrate the marketing materials for Goodwood Racecourse’s prestigious Bank Holiday fixture. Pastiche artist Garry was briefed to create artwork that evoked nostalgic feelings of the traditional family
Garry Walton has illustrated DDB UK’s new outdoor campaign, showcasing the limited edition ‘Ma’amite’ Jubilee jar. Pastiche artist Garry was commissioned to reinvent the Royal Crest , featuring a pair of corgis loving or hating the taste and a crown like rack of toast.
Over the past year Andrew Farley has worked with Swedish Shopping Mall Backebol to create artworks for their press and poster campaigns. The idea behind the campaign is that the Shopping Mall is much like a penknife, it has everything you need in one place. Andrew has created a series of knives showcasing this in his trademark style, using his anthropomorphic skills to bring the campaign to life.