Announcing the launch of the Asian American Federation posters. Based on interviews with many of the most influential Americans of Asian heritage, they highlight their personal experiences of modern America. Jun Cen’s beautiful image: aafederation.org/imreallyfrom/
Cat O’Neil’s recent 3-D images for a wide range of editorial and design clients have quite literally brought a whole new dimension to her work. This perfect cover to the Washington Post beautifully illustrates the lifecycle of our Christmas trees.
The past few months have been exceptionally busy for Cat O’Neil and she has had the opportunity to work with a variety of innovative and forward-thinking companies. Her strong relationship with her clients allows her the privilege to make suggestions and have real input into the creative process. The outcomes have been sensational. Of late, Cat has occasionally been able to offer the benefit of a 3-D approach. These images are a mix of ‘real-world’, hand-crafted cut-outs, overlayed with computer-generated colour and drop shadows. Whilst these pieces take rather longer to create, I am sure we can agree they really pack a punch. If you would like to hear more about her process or have a project you would like to discuss I would be delighted to hear from you. Always great to share something new…..
A beautiful collaboration between the very talented Loris Lora and the wonderful Michael Genhart, this gorgeous publication hit the shelves at the end of last week. A story of family, tradition, food and love that will warm your heart and inspire young readers to build a delicious life!
Congratulations to the super talented Sarah Gibb on her inclusion into this year’s British Book Design and Production Awards shortlist. This sumptuous book, ‘Step Inside Homes Through History’ was commissioned by the wonderful Nosy Crow for the National Trust and it is packed with fascinating insights into the way we once lived.
Gorgeous new illustration by the very talented Ailsa Johnson.
Exquisitely beautiful and yet powerful, this full-length animation by Liang Hsin Hiang is now online in full for the first time. Entitled, ‘The Girl Who’s afraid of Touching People’ it deals with a girl who is on a personal journey to overcome fears of the past and embark on a new beginning.
Jun Cen’s recent piece for the New Yorker on Kaija Saariaho’s, work ‘Innocence’ exudes all the power and truth of the opera itself. Taking place over to parallel periods of time, it deals with wounds of the past and the act of letting go. Jun has been able to get to grips with the complexity of the narrative beautifully. Again. Inspirational stuff.
Fabulous new illustrations by Kuri Huang for Onmyoji card game. Kuri’s palette never ceases to amaze and inspire.