The booming business of craft beer owes as much to the eclectic beer labels as the nectar within. Surf, sand and Scottish heritage form an integral part of the McLeod’s Brewery brand, so with renowned watercolourist Sarah Larnach (also of Scottish heritage) it was a perfect match.
Work Communications was recently tasked with the launch of new pie characters for Tuckers Ridge. Illustrator James Stewart skillfully brought each of the personalities to life with his detailed line work.
Penguin releases GO GIRL by Barbara Else, a collection of true stories about New Zealand women who have done extraordinary things. Among the women who blazed a trail for others to follow are Merata Mita, Neroli Fairhill, Lorde and Kate Edger. One of New Zealand’s best-known illustrators Rebecca ter Borg created gorgeous portraits to accompany their stories.
Melbourne’s hottest new luxury apartments Couture Armadale, feature the glamorous illustrations of local artist Tiffany La Belle. Inspired the decadent Gatsby era, Tiffany’s sophisticated style makes for a perfect match.
DDB Auckland’s Sky Television campaign takes home five Axis Awards including gold in Typography and Art Direction.
The delicate brush strokes and earthy palatte of Henrietta Harris beautifully illustrate Auckland Zoo’s Australian residents.
We’re excited to introduce our newest illustrator Tiffany La Belle. With an architectural background she has a unique ability to conceptualise interior and exterior spaces, creating glamorous whimsical fashion scenes that set her apart from the rest.
We’re proud to announce that both illustrators Toby Morris and Kieran Rynhart are finalists in the NZ Book Awards for Children. ‘The Day the Costumes Stuck’ is written and illustrated by Toby and is a brilliantly funny account of a boy who finds that his friend’s costumes are stuck after a costume party. Kieran’s lush earthy illustrations bring to life ‘If I was a Banana’, a story about figuring out who you are.
303 MullinLowe and illustrator Lisa Nicole Moes were the forces behind Transperth’s latest poster series. Lisa’s distinct illustrations hark back to the travel posters of the fifties, the perfect medium to showcase the numerous benefits that cycling brings.
Illustrator Jeremy Kyle, well known for his beautiful watercolours, was recently commissioned by agency justONE to showcase the new GIB COVE range. Five rooms were styled by interior designers Bibby & Brady, each reflecting different personalities. The results of the collaboration beautifully showcase the scope of the new range.
Special Group Auckland teamed up with illustrator Janine Wareham to bring Eco Store’s new kids range to life. Well known for her fun hand-drawn typography, Janine created the packaging for six new products for the range.
The unmistakeable art of illustrator Henrietta Harris features on the cover of the North&South magazine.
The entrance to Auckland’s Cider Building is now graced with a 5.4 metre high 3 layered stencil mural by street artist Component. Influenced by the sublime velvet paintings of Edgar Leeteg and in particular his student Charles McPhee, photographer Rakai Karaitiana, Component and iThink collaborated together on production.
UK clothing label The Goodhood Store love to pair great illustration with the brands they represent. In this series they commissioned Sarah Larnach to produce paintings of the Edinburgh four Sickboy, Begbie, Renton and Spud. The lads are kitted out in pieces from their SS17 collections.
Sydney based Beck Feiner is the latest artist to join our ranks. An accomplished art director, her colourful vector based illustrations distil visuals to their essence. Having had great success with her Mum’s Milestones cards she has recently released her Aussie Legends Alphabet poster, a quirky pictorial alphabet portraying some of Australia’s legendary figures.
Henrietta Harris, known for her stunning portrait illustrations, loved working on her latest commission with Auckland Zoo. Her fine textured brush strokes beautifully brought to life the various intricacies of reptiles, amphibians and insects living in the zoo environs.
Johnnie Walker, via Love Creative UK, has commissioned some of the worlds best illustrators to recreate epic journeys that the Striding Man made around the globe. Tony Graystone was chosen for the journey to Auckland and the resulting Dutch-inspired limited edition porcelain bottles are truly beautiful.