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22nd July – Samsonite, Wired Magazine & The YCC

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Heaven & Helladtec

Heaven & Hell
We love this print campaign from JWT Shanghai for Samsonite’s Cosmolite suitcase. We’re not the only ones either as it just won the Grand Prix in the 2011 Press Lions contest at Cannes! We love the depiction of a classical-style heaven-and-hell sculpture scene.

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Why use images in your articles & blog posts?fuelled by social alchemy

Why use images in your articles & blog posts?
An image is, indeed, worth a thousand words. While the content is the most important part of a blog post, taking the time to select an engaging and interesting image can enhance your posts, add a little extra on-page SEO and turn good posts into great ones!

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Badger Badgegary swift

Badger Badge
We wanted to come up with some promotional items and this badger badge was one of our first ideas! We’re thinking about turning this design into stickers too. We thought it would appeal to everyone – young and old, male and female – unless you’re just not a fan of furry critters!

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event: life as an illustratorjelly

Event: Life as an Illustrator
Jelly and The Young Creative Council host the first of a two-part event full of creativity. The two have joined forces in presenting splendour to an open audience with two of Jelly’s most prolific artists; Matt Lyon and Alison Carmichael.

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No Problem

No Problem
Check out this fantastic, summery image produced by illustrator Timba Smits for Wired Magazine!

You can see more of his fantastic retro-styled figurative illustrations and character designs, as well as more editorial work, on the jelly London website here…

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2D Illustrations with Photographic Backgroundsthree blind mice

2D Illustrations with Photographic Backgrounds
We would like to share a new and exciting visual style that we have developed for producing animatics for research, using 2D illustrations and combining them with real photographic backgrounds.

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Meet the Artist: James W

Meet the Artist: James W
Film buff and part-time DJ, James joined the Three Blind Mice team at an early age. Even though still one of the youngest, his talent for drawing storyboard frames are legendary around town.

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