Are we ready to worship a digital god?
This is the bold question that the Financial Times are posing in a new advertising campaign created by London agency The Brooklyn Brothers.
Matt Saunders was the artist chosen to depict the message and he created a striking image that powerfully merges the worlds of religion and digital technology. The campaign has been used on billboards all over the country.
Meanwhile, Thomas Danthony was a Cannes Lion winner for the second year running, for his Magnum ice-cream 'True To Pleasure' campaign. The work picked up a total of three Cannes Lions for Lola Mullen Lowe Madrid.
We're delighted to announce some recent award wins at Handsome Frank. Firstly, Paul Thurlby was victorious at the AOI World Illustration Awards where his glorious John Lewis 'National Treasures' campaign won in the Site Specific category.
Educated in the craftsmanship of animated movies at the legendary Gobelins Paris school, Bruno Mangyoku has pursued a career as both an illustrator and an animation director.
Fuelled by his passion of cinema, his illustrative process is also greatly influenced by American graphic novelists such as Daniel Clowes, Charles Burns, and Adrian Tomine.
He often employs a limited colour palette in his work, comprising of bright and strikingly contrasted shades, whilst his primary focus is the character design and silhouettes, staged around simple yet cinematic backgrounds.
The Society of Artists Agents (SAA) is delighted to be working in partnership with New Designers 2018.