All posts featuring Tom Haugomat

Tom Haugomat - Stanley Park Brewing

We're so excited to reveal Tom Haugomat's amazing new work for Stanley Park Brewing. Tom created a series of new illustrations for the Vancouver based craft brewers as part of a new identity created by Will Creative Inc. The images will be used across bottles & packaging, POS and as part of a launch advertising campaign.

Target coffee packaging – Tom Haugomat

Tom Haugomat has brewed up this stunning set of illustrations for American retail giant Target, which will be used across their rebranded range of Archers Farm Coffee. 

Taking inspiration from the different coffee growing regions, Tom’s work visits Mexico, Peru, Nicaragua, Sumatra and Tanzania to name a few.

South Bank Tower

Tom Haugomat has created this striking set of illustrations for the South Bank Tower development. Those lucky enough to have a spare £2.45m can snap up a two bedroom apartment, which offers stunning views over central London, including St.Paul's Cathedral, the Shard, the London Eye, Tower Bridge and the Oxo Tower. 

Tom's hand-drawn illustrations encompass a clever use of perspective and lighting to give the campaign a striking, cinematic feel.

Tom Haugomat & David Sparshott – Shelter

We were delighted to once again be asked to contribute to Shelter's newspaper 'here' this month, with Tom Haugomat supplying the front cover art.

Tom's cover cleverly depicts the different fictional spaces in which we live and exist set through the day and into the evening. The artwork is a reflection of a feature from the magazine where readers were invited to submit a photo of the view from their window, Tom was tasked with reversing and illustrating these views to capture a still image of the different lives people lead.

If that wasn't enough David Sparshott was also able to provide some of his hand drawn magic for another feature about soaring prices in investing and buying homes in New Zealand, Germany and Hong Kong which we think turned out rather nice.

Tom Haugomat - New Covent Garden Market

New Covent Garden Market is very much the heart of London’s restaurant world. In fact it’s the largest fruit, vegetable and flower market in the UK. Having opened in 1974 the site is now undergoing a process of huge redevelopment and modernisation and to help see them through this process they appointed A+B Studio.The agency needed an illustrator capable of depicting a development of epic scale, whilst still providing pin point accuracy in a distinctive style and inspired by seeing a previous piece of work by Tom Haugomat they realised he was prefect for the job. Tom created five aerial plan illustrations showing the planned redevelopment of the market, including cut aways and an insane level of detail.The illustrations, which will eventually be printed and used as huge hoardings on site at the market, have initially been used in a luxurious brochure designed to spread the word to the market’s clients.