La Boca for Green Mark Vodka

La Boca have been working closely with More Creative on their new creative direction for Russia's no 1 selling vodka Green Mark. La Boca were asked to create a design that communicated the brand's authentic Russian credentials and heritage with a modern twist taking cues from an artistic movement, constructivism, which originated in Russia in the early 1920s.

In this same period, the Russian Government appointed an agency called Glavspirttrest to regulate vodka production in Russia and award only the finest vodkas the coveted Green Mark seal of approval.

La Boca is represented by Debut Art

Lisa Hunt for Inkrobin

Lisa Hunt has recently produced some wonderful artwork for the lovely people at Inkrobin. The illustrations are for the cute story 'The Hippo, The Rhino, The Elephant and Me', a tale of the fun things you do when your friends are rather large animals! It is to be an exciting Ipad app, and the client was over the moon with the work Lisa did on it... see for yourselves!

Lisa Hunt is represented by the Organisation

Garry Walton and Gary Redford for Lotus Formula 1

Garry Walton and Gary Redford were commissioned by Lotus Formula 1 to illustrate three of the team’s greatest victories. The artworks were part of a limited edition commemorative poster set, celebrating the 500th Grand Prix of the Lotus F1 team.

Garry Walton and Gary Redford are represented by Meiklejohn

Nick Chaffe for Amstel

Nick Chaffe was chosen by Amstel to illustrate their 'Savour Complexity' campaign. Nick was briefed to "Reveal the complexity behind simple or common things in a surprising, graphic and entertaining way." Here are just two from the first series of campaign, which were used across billboards, digital and mobile banners, and in-bar materials.

Nick Chaffe is represented by Meiklejohn

James MacFarlane For Tennent’s

James MacFarlane illustrated this 48 sheet poster for the launch of Tennent’s Original Export in Scotland. James, who specializes in retro poster art, was commissioned to create a vintage style travel poster combining a global and local destination. James’ artwork was part of a larger campaign aimed at highlighting that a local brew, which has done so well across the world is now available to drink at home.
James MacFarlane is represented by Meiklejohn

The Breakfast Club

Sam Hadley was commissioned by Elmwood to produce an illustration for the Soho based cafe chain 'The Breakfast Club'.
They were looking for a classic airbrush style pin-up illustration to go with branding on the side of their 'Festival Bus'.
They looked to the iconic ‘Bomber Belle’  livery designs of American warplanes for inspiration – something that would capture the new venture’s pioneering spirit and remain true to the vintage, tongue-in-cheek approach of The Breakfast Club. Flying the tablecloth is ‘Madame D’Arblay’, named after the Soho street in London where the Breakfast Club’s first café was opened.
The Breakfast Club is also looking to a run a series of t-shirts and other merchandise with the same design! Keep your eyes out!

Sam Hadley is represented by Artist Partners

Ian Whadcock for View Magazine

The Olympics are just around the corner and with this in mind Ian Whadcock was commissioned to illustrate a feature for View magazine.

The feature focuses on the true meaning of Olympic spirit and commends the civil and public servants who will make the games possible.
Ian's illustration cleverly combines sporting achievement and the more mundane, but essential, work going on behind the scenes.


Ian Whadcock is represented by Eastwing

Starbucks China

Mark Oliver's magnificent work for Starbucks China is now live.  JWT Shanghai commissioned Mark for ten illustrations, each of a different planet to represent ten Frappuchino flavours. The illustrations also had to accommodate a photographic image of the Frappuchino. Mark says "The plan was to create an amazing HTML 5 animation for the web and all illustrations had to be complete within three weeks."  See it here.

Mark Oliver is represented by Illustration

 

Olympia Illustration Competition

Lucia Emanuela Curzi has won second prize in the Olympia Illustration Competition! The brief was to produce a poster design that marked their milestone anniversary while celebrating the venue’s rich culture and heritage, with the poster being featured in their commemorative 125th anniversary campaign. Lucia created her piece in her spare time earlier in the year, and only just missing out on the first prize place, the organisers called her to say they would be making a 'special' second prize place for her! Lucia was able to join the celebration at The Olympia Theatre where she has been photographed with her art.

Lucia Emanuela Curzi is represented by Illustration

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