This stunning image by Cat O’Neil graced the pages of the Financial Times earlier this month. Part of a series illustrating Haiku poems on current events:
Free lunch: Trump supporters on the couch (From a Q & A session with Trump supporters)
more white older more
male more religious and more
likely to be blue
A heart felt plea from Izhar Cohen as Obama administration comes to an end. Read more of his terrific blogs here.
Cat O’Neil’s recent commission for La Vieille Ferme is looking very elegant indeed. More images to follow…
Working with Christopher McQuarrie and Dylan Kussman, Owen Freeman recently created a powerful series of illustrations for a tie-in graphic novel for Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation.
We are thrilled to announce that the marvellous illustrator Cat O’Neil has joined us here at the agency. Her elegant style brings clarity and delight to editorial and packaging projects alike. An award winning illustrator, Cat has worked with a myriad of clients worldwide since graduating from Edinburgh College of art. These include Wired, Financial Times, Scientific American and Time Out. Do peruse her online ‘folio and keep checking back as additional images will be added shortly.
This week, Amouage announced the launch of the ‘Myths’ range of intricate fragrances. Meilo So worked closely with designers at Trigger to produce these elegant images which beautifully mirror the sophistication of the brand.
Charlotte Knox’s deliciously fresh illustrations for Yoplait were unveiled this week by Stromme Throndsen Design. Design by Strømme Throndsen design www.stdesign.no
We are delighted to share a selection of the glowing reviews ‘Follow the Moon Back Home’ has received in recent days. This delightful book highlights the sheer power of teamwork amongst children and delivers a powerful and eloquent environmental message. Read the reviews here:
School Library Journal
Paul Rogers’s stunning new work for the recent New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.
Izhar Cohen produces yet another image for the acclaimed Michael Shermer column in Scientific American. This one really cuts through the BS.