Make a pact with yourself to view Jonathan Allardyce's intoxicating illustrations for Johnnie Walker's latest campaign.
The images form part of "The Pact Between Men", an inspirational story aimed at the Chinese market. The Pact which follows the story of four friends walking the path of greatness together is set to attract over 7 million visitors to Johnnie Walker's Asia Pacific site, to see Jonathan's illustrations in context click here.
Jonathan Allardyce is represented by Illustration Ltd
This fantastic image is part of Natalie Kilany's latest delivery, a campaign visual for VW via DDB London.
Focusing on two of their family cars the Sharan and Touran, Natalie greatly enjoyed the brief which was to create two visually enticing lenticular posters; a forest scene and a fairground scene. In addition the brief requested designs for other collateral including a goodie bag with stickers for the brochure and a bingo car game. The posters and goodie bag can be seen in all local UK and Ireland Volkswagen dealerships.
Natalie Kilany is represented by Illustration Ltd
The latest from Caroline Church sees her bringing to life some amusing proverbs with her unique illustrations.
Commissioned by Lisa Lee at Crispin Porter & Bogusky, for Domino’s Pizza she explains, "They were after a serious engraved feel but with a tongue in cheek note. The illustrations play on the idea that proverbs guide and inspire Domino's to perfect their pizzas.." The illustrations feature on their new boxes and on the Pizza Proverbs site.
Caroline Church is represented by Illustration Ltd
Sink your teeth into this mouth watering illustration created by botanical artist Rosie Sanders.
It's part of her latest project entitled "The Apple Book", published by Frances Lincoln and out now. This charming book contains 144 gorgeous watercolours of apples, from Cox’s Orange Pippin to Peasgood Nonsuch, combined with a practical essay by the Royal Horticultural Society’s fruit officer Harry Baker. Watch a short film about the making of The Apple Book.
Rosie Sanders is represented by Illustration Ltd
More lettering mastery from Ruth Rowland who was thrilled to create the lettering for John Lennon’s "Gimme Some Truth Campaign" to commemorate his 70th birthday.
Overseen by Yoko Ono and EMI Music and using many samples of Lennon’s own writing, Ruth developed hand drawn lettering for use across the album to capture some of his light humour. The logo for the campaign was inspired by the small calligraphic self portraits that often accompanied his signature.
Ruth Rowland is represented by Illustration Ltd