In the occasion of Cannes Film Festival, BBDO Ukraine has created a limited edition of Stella Artois’ cans featuring glamorous and colorful illustrations. A superb work that honor Cinema, Cannes, its red carpet, its fabulous romance, drama and crazy adventures.
From may 19th to june 9th, 2015, Société Générale launches the 3rd edition of “Creacarte” contest, inviting players to create credit cards illustrations. With a digital app, participants can “Digitwist” their drawings by simple movements. The two winners will maybe get a chance to travel in New-York* city and see their creations on the credit cards.
Swedish illustrator Simon Stalenhag created an illustrations series in which Sci-fi world would cohabits with real life. So we can see humans live among robots or other technical innovations, in almost uninhabited spaces. An imaginary vision of the reality away from utopia but we look it with pleasure.
Karolis Strautniekas is an illustrator and digital artist who lives and works in Vilnius, Lithuania. Her latest project is a series of conceptual illustration made in collaboration with Tennis Magazine and commissioned by 10 Ten Media. These surreal works are to discovered in the following article.
Here is a campaign directed by Stefan Wernik and produced by Guy Jamieson, luxury river cruises agency Scenic Tours presents its creativity and identity : gradually, illustrations, quotes and animations created by Arthur Collie and Alexander Watson create links elegantly on a Stephen Frost‘s soundtrack.
Kate Jones, an English graphic designer also known as Mobokeh, drew her inspiration from TV shows and movies that she liked to make visuals of several characters. We can find the famous Heisenberg from Breaking Bad, Gollum and Gandalf from The Hobbit, Katniss from Hunger Games, Batman, Black Swan and also James Bond.
The French illustrator
Vincent Mahé is a French illustrator based in Paris. He’s mainly working with a variety of editorial projects as the New York Times, the Journal XXI and more recently the Wall Street Journal. The artist also participate in an exhibition of the agency Costume 3 Pieces in July 2014. This series entitled “Explorers” is to be discovered later in the article.
Baptized Rainworks the invisible art of the Seattle-based artist Peregrine Church began appearing last year. Each installation is made from an environmentally friendly water-repellent coating that can lasts from four months to one year. Seeing this material used on clothes, the native of Seattle had the idea to spread it on the ground to reveal his works under the rain.