According to the Chinese culture, pigs symbolize wealth and good fortune, but you might not know, (we didn’t), is that pigs are also famous for being hardworking, striving to solve just about any problem thrown their way. So, to start 2019 off on the right hoof, we want to share a few hog-wild illustrations.
Refreshing established characters can be an issue. You can lose valuable equity in the transition. See how Von Glitschka collaborated with Mann Sales Co to help 1908 Candy Company refresh their line up of characters.
Channeling Amalga Distillery’s clean, bright, and fresh aesthetic, Eric Nyffeler created a vintage and minimalist design that speaks directly to Alaska's enormous wilderness and appeals to the outdoor enthusiasts who fill the state.
For years, Lisa Ballard has been an illustrative resource for the talented designers at Yankee Candle. A “go to” partner whenever new products emerge, much of Lisa’s work has dealt with breaking out of Yankee Candle’s traditional line (e.g. Scent Sticks products).
The setting: a crowded veterinary conference. A sea of animal lovers all gathering pamphlets and brochures and business cards. Ooh-ing and aah-ing over the latest in pet care as they bump elbows with their furry-friend-loving peers.
When is a crochet book more than a how-to manual? When it takes the reader on a visual journey through forests, jungles, oceans and zoos. You can learn how utilizing fun and playful graphics from illustrator Meg Hunt, was a creative way to bring the projects to life, and keep the reader engaged