• Sarah Tanat-Jones

    Sarah Tanat Jones – Scottish Opera

    The Scottish Opera were recently in touch with a problem they had come up against, a lovely new production of Carmen that needed beautiful promotional material but no artist to provide them with it.

    Luckily our Sarah Tanat Jones was able to save the day and give them a series of informative and impactful images that tell the tale of Don José, a naive solder who is seduced by the fiery Gypsy, Carmen. Sarah’s illustrations were projected onto the sides of buildings and in public spaces throughout Scotland.

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  • Malika Favre

    Malika Favre – Domain West Hollywood

    Locations don’t get more glamorous than Hollywood, so when property developers Trammell Crow were looking to bring some glamour to their West Hollywood development, naturally they came to Malika Favre.

    Art directed by San Diego based agency Studio Fabric, Malika was tasked with creating  a series of five illustrated scenes to show off this stunning building and it’s iconic location. The work will be used across the branding and marketing for the building and also incorporated into the interior once finished.

    Finally, Malika was asked to create a unique marque to symbolise the development and delighted the client with an iconic pouting lip logo – complete with beauty spot of course.

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  • Jean Jullien

    Jean Jullien – Petit Appétit

    Jean Jullien has a tasty new show opening tonight at Parisian gallery l’IMPRIMERIE and it all revolves around the theme of food.

    The show, which had a sneak preview opening at Colette last night has been put together in association with Fricote magazine. Tonight’s opening promises an array of surprises including a limited edition collaboration with Olow, a giant chair sculpture created with Abois, a chocolate collection with À la mère de Famille. The event also doubles up as the launch of a new EP and concert by The Coward.

    If you’re in Paris this evening, make sure you get yourself along. 

     

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  • Thomas Burden

    Thomas Burden – Restaurant Business Magazine

    What happens when you let Thomas Burden loose on your front cover and inner pages? 3D Magic, that’s what happens.

    We had an urgent request from Restaurant Business Magazine in the US for Thomas to bring something a little special to their well-known annual “The Future 50″ issue which lists of the 50 fastest growing small chains in America. Shortly after getting this amazing cover over to the team it became apparent that less isn’t more and Thomas was asked to take on the inner spread and another feature to bring the issue together quite nicely.

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  • Martina Flor

    Martina Flor – 11 Freunde

    It’s no surprise that when German football magazine 11 Freunde were looking for a beautiful approach for the cover of their ‘Das Spiel meines Lebens’ (the game of my life) edition it was Martina Flor who was asked to start warming up her drawing skills and stretching her fingers ready for showtime.

    The issue also features quotes from famous football players which were illustrated by Martina who used riso printing in order to achieve the interesting result on the shadows. The release of the magazine was also supported by a billboard campaign throughout Germany. Back of the net!

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