Wednesday, December 20, 2006
Sometimes an illustrator and art director are so completely on the same wavelength, one sketch is all it takes to carry a visual idea across the finish line. Other times, the dialog is more complex and the artist has to reach further for the solution. Arthur E. Giron gives us examples of both, below, revealing that flexibility and stamina aren’t just terms applied to athletes. See the full story here.
Friday, December 15, 2006
This past summer, and through the fall, Richard Borge worked on a new look and concept for a very cool agency in Alabama called LUCKIE. The project included creation of a capabilities brochure, a one-minute animation, and the "look" of the LUCKIE.com web site. According to Richard, “LUCKIE has been fantastic to work with and have been collaborators in the truest sense of the word.” See this breaking campaign here.
Thursday, December 14, 2006
Carol Heyer details the process of creating a 21-page children’s book based on Aesop’s Fable, The Crow and the Pitcher. See the full story, from pitch to sketch to finish, here.