New recruit Serena Curmi was commissioned by Publicis London, to work on a storyboard pitch for a toilet tissue. The script tells the tale of a little boy who tests the tissue to extremes and then, exhausted from his efforts, he falls asleep in it's soft layers. It was essential that Serena captured the character of this determined little guy.
Serena Curmi is represented by Arena
Alyana Cazalet has had huge fun working on Jasmina’s Giraffe for CHI and Partners.
Intended as a gift for one of their clients, Alyana produced black and white drawings with splashes of colour here and there. She says, "I had some freedom and flexibility on what to draw (which was great!). It was fun to draw also as I like stories with animal characters."
Alyana Cazalet is represented by Illustration Ltd
Canary Wharf by Tube, bus, river and DLR Designers: Trickett and Webb
Deadline extended: 17.00 Tuesday 29 March 2011
Exhibition: Tuesday 10 May to Friday 3 June 2011
London Transport Museum, in partnership with the Association of Illustrators, is delighted to announce the 2011 Serco Prize for Illustration. This year, the theme is the River Thames and entries should feature the river as a central feature of London and London life. It is the task of entrants to create an illustration that draws attention to the benefits of the river.
The top three entries will receive a monetary award and may be used in an advertising and promotional campaign run by London Transport Museum. The top 50 entries will be displayed in an exhibition at London Transport Museum that will open in May 2011.
Prizes will be awarded in three levels
First prize £2000
plus display of the illustration as a poster on Transport for London services
Second prize £1000
Third prize £750
For conditions, terms of entry and to submit please go HERE.
For further information about the Museum and its collection see www.ltmuseum.co.uk