Blood Bros. is the newest illustrator to work on the ubiquitous (and celebrated) Seamless “How New York Eats” campaign with BBH New York.
Through October, the characters can be spotted wrapped around The Garden and nearby bicycle stations. Blood Bros.’s characters also wrapped the cover of TimeOut New York on October 11th to promote the campaign’s social competition.
James Taylor creates artwork for the rebranding of British philanthropic charity.
This month sees the re-launch of the identity for the Saint George’s Society of New York , an association founded in 1770 to help Brits in New York who have fallen on hard times. The rebranding was spearheaded by Landor Associates.
I knew I’d love The Grotlyn. It’s nostalgic — think Janet and Allan Ahlberg’s Happy Families or Burglar Bill, only with an edge, and a thrill of the macabre. Dickensian London is captured so beautifully, it’s already filmic in it’s composition.
Art Is Never the Easy Option, Don’t Let Anyone Tell You Differently . . .
Mark Chambers has been with Bright from the very beginning. Through sheer determination, hard work and an ability to adapt and develop his style over time, he has made illustration his career, and a successful one at that.