Debbie Powell was asked by Waitrose to illustrate lots of yummy new products for the launch of their new ’Good to Go’ range. Debbie’s use of simple graphic shapes and bold colours make the ingredients really stand out and easily identifiable for the consumer. Her lovely handwritten text and screen printed textures give the illustrations a wholesome handmade feel. Debbie Powell is represented by The Artworks
McCann Erickson Advertising have commissioned Gail Armstrong to create 10 images for Nestle's "Love to Share" campaign. The images, which focus on hands and bags of sweets, are effective in design and clever in the way they reflect the title. Gail says "They are set against a single colour scene behind, which gives a sense of the location and atmosphere in which the different sweets might be shared. Everything in the images is made from paper - hands, bags, sweets, type - an entire world made of paper." You'll spot the first posters and point of sale pieces in selected London cinemas now.
Gail Armstrong is represented by Illustration Ltd
Angela Keoghan was commissioned by Brother Design to work on a range of flour packaging for Pams, a leading brand in New Zealand and Australia. The packaging features illustrated scales, apron, jar, oven glove and small icons such as cookies and cakes. Angela's gorgeous illustrations provide the perfect inspiration for home bakers to get creative in the kitchen. Angela Keoghan is represented by Eastwing
New Internationalist have commissioned Jonathan Allardyce to produce 12 artworks for the 2013 'World In your Kitchen' calendar. Every month suggests a favourite vegetarian recipe with delightful illustrations of the dish or the place from which it comes. Proceeds from the calendar go to a number of charities including Amnesty International, Traidcraft, CAFOD, SCIAF and Christian Aid. The calendar is still available here.
BoomArtwork has completed quite a set of 'chalk board' style images for Subway. Commissioned by advertising agency Upshot in Chicago, the images have been used as promotional signs in the windows of Subway restaurants in the US. With new promotions each month, the result is an abundance of appetising offers! BoomArtwork is represented by Illustration
Andrew Davidson has produced these absolutely stunning illustrations for Parioli’s advertising campaign. Parioli is a brand that is the real deal when it comes to Italian food products, all actually having been grown and produced in Italy. Andrew’s iconic flat colour, poster style was the perfect way to capture the beautiful Italian countryside whilst also demonstrating how this landscape in turn produces beautiful products. Andrew Davidson is represented by the Artworks