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

YOUNG WOLF G (by JOSHUA GENT) DESIGN STORY: | Tumblr | Twitter | Facebook | Google+ |

YOUNG WOLF G

(by JOSHUA GENT)

DESIGN STORY: | Tumblr | Twitter | Facebook | Google+ | via Mikhail Semaev http://bit.ly/1mDzB3M

Jumping Brikk (by Bee Grandinetti)

Jumping Brikk

(by Bee Grandinetti) via Mikhail Semaev http://bit.ly/1qMVcuI

Parent’s Annoying Behaviors on Facebook (by Gabriel Silveira) Series of illustrations depicting behaviors parents have that embarrass and annoy their kids on Facebook.

Parent’s Annoying Behaviors on Facebook

(by Gabriel Silveira)

Series of illustrations depicting behaviors parents have that embarrass and annoy their kids on Facebook. via Mikhail Semaev http://bit.ly/1lC8wfK

SEGRA / Company Book (by COPO DESIGN) SEGRA is one of the biggest plotter and big format equipment suppliers in Latin America. Since working on their re-branding we’ve been approaching new ways of representing their ideas and values without using the same resources other printing related companies usually turn to, like stock photographs. Inspired by the look of cut-out paper we created this series of illustrations. All sets of elements relate metaphorically to each one of the chapters in this brochure. Enjoy!

SEGRA / Company Book

(by COPO DESIGN)

SEGRA is one of the biggest plotter and big format equipment suppliers in Latin America. Since working on their re-branding we’ve been approaching new ways of representing their ideas and values without using the same resources other printing related companies usually turn to, like stock photographs.

Inspired by the look of cut-out paper we created this series of illustrations. All sets of elements
relate metaphorically to each one of the chapters in this brochure. Enjoy! via Mikhail Semaev http://bit.ly/1vsFqqQ

Odyssey (by El Diablo) “The Black Heart Odyssey” is the second part of a 3 volume set of short stories that tell us the adventures of fantastic characters during the golden era of the space age, where the technology development allowed the people to explore and relate in human and non-human ways. “The Black Heart Odyssey” has a strong personal meaning for me, it reveals the emotional phases of our feelings when you’re away from the things that seem important. It Represents courage to adventure to the unknown, conviction we have to discover new places and new feelings, but especially the struggle to overcome the fear of the unknown and fight for those important things that make our hearts complete.

Odyssey

(by El Diablo)

“The Black Heart Odyssey” is the second part of a 3 volume set of short stories that tell us the adventures of fantastic characters during the golden era of the space age, where the technology development allowed the people to explore and relate in human and non-human ways.

“The Black Heart Odyssey” has a strong personal meaning for me, it reveals the emotional phases of our feelings when you’re away from the things that seem important.
It Represents courage to adventure to the unknown, conviction we have to discover new places and new feelings, but especially the struggle to overcome the fear of the unknown and fight for those important things that make our hearts complete. via Mikhail Semaev http://bit.ly/1m0LX5b