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Nic Staveley photographs Air New Zealand’s new recruitment campaign


Advertising agency True are behind Air New Zealand’s new ‘Become an Air New Zealander‘ campaign. Shooting industry staff in situ is one of Nic‘s specialties and the images encompass the various roles within the organisation such as cabin crew, operations, cargo, corporate, digital, engineering and pilots. (more…)

North&South sports a bold Henrietta Harris watercolour


The unmistakeable art of illustrator Henrietta Harris features on the cover of the North&South magazine.

Sarah Larnach illustrates the Trainspotting lads for The Goodhood Store UK


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.


Stencil artist Component completes his massive multicultural mural


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.


Guy Coombes captures intimate portraits for Les Mills ‘Be More You’ campaign


Strong hero portraits of inspirational trainers were required for the new Les Mills ‘Be More You’ campaign. Guy Coombes captured emotional states such as anxiety, confidence, energy and stress. When combined with type they create a strong graphic statement reminding you of benefits of training.


Interbrand Sydney commissions Glenn Thomas for Perfection Fresh


Glenn Thomas illustrates a variety of fresh food scenes for premium fruit and vegetable company Perfection Fresh via Interbrand Sydney.


Launching new vector illustrator Beck Feiner


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.


Ravensdown rebrands with photographer Nic Staveley


Ravensdown, via Designworks Christchurch, recently commissioned photographer Nic Staveley to shoot their complete rebrand including a new website. Over the course of a year, throughout the seasons, Nic visited seven farms in different parts of New Zealand.


Auckland Zoo engages the intricate style of Henrietta Harris


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.


Tony Graystone’s illustration adorns this years Pride GAYTM


This year’s Pride Festival showcases the carnival-like illustration of Tony Graystone. A beautiful collaboration between Tony, ANZ and TBWA Auckland.