John Rielly was commissioned by Puma to illustrate the launch of their new evoPOWER range. The dynamic campaign, which was inspired by Roy of the Rovers, combines over 15 of John’s comic strip style artworks with stunning live action shots.

 

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.

Nick Chaffe worked with EeBria, an online market place for independent alcohol producers, to create their brand image and marketing materials.  Nick also illustrated their recent advertising campaign, which was showcased at the London Craft Beer Festival.

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.

A.k.A were asked to design the branding for last years inaugural Progressive Music awards. After receiving a great response in the media the artwork is once again being used across a whole host of marketing materials this year.

Christina Guitan was asked to illustrate a tool kit for Social Enterprise UK’s Health Commissioning Improvement Programme. Cristina was given the challenge to create striking artworks that fell in line with the organisations brand guidelines.

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.

Alan Cracknell created this beautiful sign for the ‘The Quince Tree’ pub in Oxfordshire. The Quince Tree, which opened this week, is a pub, café and shop selling home-made produce in the heart of the countryside. Alan was briefed to create a sign reflecting a welcoming atmosphere and rural values, which his scrumping bunny rabbit leaping across the countryside certainly does.