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4 Creative got in touch needing press ad visuals to aid their print and outdoor advertising campaign; artist Bill drew these two line illustrations, showing of various types of A&E patients waiting for a consultation.
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Our in-house team were approached by BBH to draw and develop bee characters for their latest campaign for Vodafone.
Here are a selection of the black & white frames drawn by our artist, Aaron!
To celebrate the launch of our brand new website, we’re giving away an extremely limited edition ‘C*NT’ print by award-winning hand-lettering artist, Alison Carmichael.
Following an article recently published in Grazia Magazine about Fashion Illustration making its way back into the limelight after years of Fashion Photography filling the covers of magazines, we decided to showcase a sample of our most recent fashion illustrations.
Office stationery is representative of the presenter and their company, speaking volumes of whom they are and what they’re about. This was definitely the main consideration when advertising agency WCRS came to us with a stationery conundrum for their new brand identity.
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Here is a video that will make you wish cats could give massages. This humoristic and refreshing spot shows that the fun of an advert doesn’t depend on the playfulness of the product as this one is selling… Kitty litter!
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Earlier this year, we teamed up with design agency, What Creative, to produce a new set of templates for Jelly London and Three Blind Mice.
The brief was to produce templates which were visually stimulating and lead the recipient to click on featured links and articles.
Written by Fuelled by Social Alchemy
29/06/2012 at 9:45 am
Posted in Fuelled by Social Alchemy
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