Beato – Virgin Media

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Virgin Media kickstarted 2017 with the launch of their new Virgin TV V6 Box, commissioning Début artists Beato, Sven Hauth and Mark Ward for the punchy, typography-led OOH campaign announcing its release. All three artists created a striking, high-impact tagline illustrating the impression the box would have in enhancing the viewer’s television experience.

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Helen Friel / Tesco Mobile

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Helen Friel's art direction and paper engineering skills bring Tesco Mobile's holiday deals campaign to life, in these three short but sweet animations. Enjoy the lovely tangibility of hand-made paper craft and stop motion.

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CNIM Annual Report by Hey

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Parisian agency Babel commissioned Hey to create a series of illustrations for the CNIM annual report. Each double page spread featured two striking illustrations that focused on the various industrial activities the company are involved with and the advanced technologies they use.

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Jean Jullien – Three SOS

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Three, the mobile network had a tough task on their hands – making phone insurance exciting. The solution was to call upon the wit and humour of Jean Jullien, who helped depict all the obscure things that can happen to your beloved smartphone or tablet

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Rosie Revere – To infinity and beyond!

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To infinity and beyond! Rosie Revere the best selling children's picture book by Andrea Beaty and illustrated by David Roberts is making history, by being chosen to take to space by the (STFS) Story Time from Space Team.

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David Sparshott – Game of Inches

Late last year David Sparshott was approached by Brookyln’s finest Doubleday & Cartwright and asked to work on a huge project for US corporate giants General Electric (GE).

The agency were striving to build a sports-relevant campaign to articulate GE’s Internet of Things innovations. As athletes know, incremental improvements — in training, nutrition, or strategy — can lead to major gains. Using this analogy the agency build a campaign to show the same rules apply to industry in the information age. A content-driven campaign known as “Game of Inches” was build around this premise.

To bring this all to life they turned to David, seeing his illustration as having the tactile quality required to communicate the human story behind the technology. As well as still illustrations, his work was also animated into a series of short spots. You can watch the full set here.

The campaign rolled out across Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, Tumblr and a YouTube campaign promoting the “Game of Inches’ during the Super Bowl XLIX.

David Sparshott is represented by Handsome Frank

 

 

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