“Up the City” Chilean Streetwear (by New Fren) DESIGN STORY: | Tumblr | Twitter | Facebook | Google+ |

“Up the City” Chilean Streetwear

(by New Fren)

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ETHOS-Redefined (by OMAR AQIL) The experiment with different cultural characters (ethos) DESIGN STORY: | Tumblr | Twitter | Facebook | Google+ |

ETHOS-Redefined

(by OMAR AQIL)

The experiment with different cultural characters (ethos)

DESIGN STORY: | Tumblr | Twitter | Facebook | Google+ | via Mikhail Semaev http://bit.ly/1qwOd6n

Vodafone Squirrel Stickers (by Claire Stamper) DESIGN STORY: | Tumblr | Twitter | Facebook | Google+ |

Vodafone Squirrel Stickers

(by Claire Stamper)

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Cut (by Bee Mifun) Im a fan of T-Wei This illustration was inpired from him DESIGN STORY: | Tumblr | Twitter | Facebook | Google+ |

Cut

(by Bee Mifun)

Im a fan of T-Wei
This illustration was inpired from him

DESIGN STORY: | Tumblr | Twitter | Facebook | Google+ | via Mikhail Semaev http://bit.ly/1BFuASp

Angular Style Illustrations (by Perry Rowe) A set of illustations in a style that relates to the initial stages of my drawing process. Whenever I begin a drawing, I always block in basic/ overall shapes of a subject, then continue refining and adding detail. These illustrations are based on the initial blocking stages which includes analysing angles of the shape to create the overall form. Every angle within each of these illustrations are matched. The experimentation of cutting out each part and painting then seperately like a jigsaw created a nice texture to the illustrations. DESIGN STORY: | Tumblr | Twitter | Facebook | Google+ |

Angular Style Illustrations

(by Perry Rowe)

A set of illustations in a style that relates to the initial stages of my drawing process.

Whenever I begin a drawing, I always block in basic/ overall shapes of a subject, then continue refining and adding detail. These illustrations are based on the initial blocking stages which includes analysing angles of the shape to create the overall form. Every angle within each of these illustrations are matched.

The experimentation of cutting out each part and painting then seperately like a jigsaw created a nice texture to the illustrations.

DESIGN STORY: | Tumblr | Twitter | Facebook | Google+ | via Mikhail Semaev http://bit.ly/VFjIT6

Wimpy Kids (by Johnny Kotze) I was asked to create and conseptualise four characters for the iconic Wimpy restaurant kids menu. Representing breakfast, meals, drinks and dessert. The characters are called ‘Scrambles’, ‘Nom Nom’, ‘Slurpy’ and ‘Scoopy’. They are used throughout the branding and campaign in different situations and with different facial expressions and actions. DESIGN STORY: | Tumblr | Twitter | Facebook | Google+ |

Wimpy Kids

(by Johnny Kotze)

I was asked to create and conseptualise four characters for the iconic Wimpy restaurant kids menu. Representing breakfast, meals, drinks and dessert. The characters are called ‘Scrambles’, ‘Nom Nom’, ‘Slurpy’ and ‘Scoopy’. They are used throughout the branding and campaign in different situations and with different facial expressions and actions.

DESIGN STORY: | Tumblr | Twitter | Facebook | Google+ | via Mikhail Semaev http://bit.ly/VDmRmO

Swinging (by Alejandra Martin del Campo) DESIGN STORY: | Tumblr | Twitter | Facebook | Google+ |

Swinging

(by Alejandra Martin del Campo)

DESIGN STORY: | Tumblr | Twitter | Facebook | Google+ | via Mikhail Semaev http://bit.ly/1sRykO8