We love this! Japanese illustrator Ryo Takemasa collaborated with the Tawarasha Design Studio to create this beautifully illustrated Bird Handbook, highlighting some of the common birds that can be found in and around Tokyo.
Sadly they were never actually for sale and were handed out at a Tokyo Midtown event, so to all the people who have a copy, consider us very jealous!
If you need to advertise an outdoor apparel company there are some standard things you can do – beautiful photographs of mountains, forests and streams or images of people ‘conquering’ the outdoors – but what if you take a different angle on it?
That’s exactly what Brad Advertising did – using the line: Weird things happen when you spend too much time indoors. What a great insight!
Then, to make the idea even more fun, they used a great illustration style and some really ridiculous situations to bring this idea to life.
We love it!
Such a great campaign by TBWA Zurich! McDonald’s Switzerland was launching a new app and to announce it – a print campaign was created where iconic McDonald’s menu items were illustrated as app icons.
Simple, smart and memorable – just the way we like it!
So much fun! This AR game from Yoozoo, a New Zealand based studio, allows children to search the globe and discover interesting animals – teaching them about the importance of conservation.
From start to finish – this is such an incredible multimedia project. The illustration is top notch, the way the app works is incredible and most importantly – it’s for a good cause.
We do suggest you take the time to check this out on the site, download the apps and enjoy it. It really is so good!
You can visit the site here.
In South Africa, we take biltong very seriously. Entire stores and brands are built around our love for dried meat. This makes it so interesting to see how these types of products are branded in other countries. We love what Pearlfisher, the creative agency behind this work, has done here.
Wild West Beef Jerky is a UK-based brand that sells (we’re sure you guessed it from the name), beef jerky. We love how they took high quality illustration to make their brand feel more premium and feel like it has more ‘quality’. Such a great example of how branding can make a product so much more interesting and exciting from a consumer perspective.
Check it out below.
How nice is this? Benoit Berger designed and illustrated this limited edition poker set for Dom Perignon. We love the understated elegance and attention to detail. It’s the perfect mix of opulence and restraint! And to keep it exciting, there are only 1000 of these sets that were made!
See more below!
What a great project! This website, 10×17, has artists and designers reinterpret the album cover designs of their favourite albums of 2017.
The perfect way to combine multimedia design, illustration and design!
We do suggest you take the time to browse through the site and see if any of your favourite albums from the year got the reinterpretation treatment!
You can visit the site here.