(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.
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(by Javier González Pacheco)
Skulls composition, Ballpoint pen drawing
I like so much the work of the great photographer Selector Marx, he usually use hat and sunglasses like this, I drew this skull version about him.
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(by Florian Pichon)
Ongoing project of short movie and webcomic/graphic novel.
You may discover a face of Paris you have never expected !
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(by Anton Mariinsky)
Ready for Labour and Defence of the USSR (Russian: «Готов к труду и обороне СССР» Gotov k trudu i oborone SSSR), abbreviated as GTO (Russian: ГТО) was the All-Union physical culture training programme, introduced in the USSR on March 11, 1931 on the initiative by VLKSM.
GTO was a programme for all Soviet people of almost all ages. By the year 1976, 220 million people were awarded GTO badges, while in 1986 the tests were passed by 33.9 million people.
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