Grossi Florentino Menu Sleeve & Veloce Lunch Offer. Designed by Can I Play.
In 2011 Omobono set out to share the best practice of B2B marketers so that they could learn from their peers. Partnering with The Marketing Society, and ably supported by Circle Research, Omobono researched what B2B marketers really do in digital and what they think works. To complement this research I created the visual infographics to represent the results and also produced a complementary illustration to represent the digital landscape of today.
Produced in illustrator, the aim was to represent the various areas of B2B today; whether that’s mobile, search/SEO, social media, video, display advertising, Email marketing etc. The piece has been used for many examples, and also inspired new pieces for our clients. Designed Adam Hartwig.
The Oh my God Exhibition takes a geometric look at character design. In ancient Greece they had something better than superheroes; they had gods, each with their own powers, weaknesses, backstory and followers. Designed by Hey Studio.
Each QT Resort and Hotel has it own unique character and individual personality both in design, story and language. With QT Port Douglas Fabio Ongarato Design wanted to capture the beauty of this exotic Australian destination with a personality that captured the theme of a ‘Hollywood-set on holiday’ inline with the hotel interior. Fabio Ongarato Design commissioned internationally renowned illustrator Jean-Philippe Delhomme to develop a series of illustrated scenes to depict a quirky, slightly humorous resort lifestyle in the tropics.
Identity for Seobra. Designed by Ghost.
Billy Blue College of Design, a school created by industry for industry. Holding true to their chief ideology that industry permeates everything they do, Billy Blue asked Motherbird to create a campaign to announce the launch of their new Melbourne Campus.
Working from the starting point of a journey, a narrative was storyboarded with a single frame each representing one of Billy Blues principles: Thinking, Making & Connecting. Paper models were constructed, photographed and retouched, becoming the hero images of the campaign. The result was a series of images that blur the line between tangible and intangible, tactile and digital. Each model was in itself a journey and a true labor of love. Designed by Motherbird.
To celebrate 150 years of the London Underground, NB were commissioned to produce a sheet of stamps, a presentation pack and a coin pack featuring two specially minted £2 coins, designed by Barber Osgerby. Their Miniature Sheet comprises of four stamps, each featuring three classic London Underground advertising posters, which together create a timeline of art on the Underground. All the materials use classic imagery sourced from the TFL poster archive and the graphic vernacular of the London Underground map. Working with Cambridge Professor Dr Stephen Halliday and the TFL team we created a timeline for the coin pack, combining key historical moments with some lesser-known facts and figures.
Based in Marin California, Kitsbow designs and produces high quality mountain bike apparel with a minimal aesthetic and tailored details.
The logo references both the tailoring aspect of the product, and the winding trails on which mountain bikers ride. A monochromatic color palette with small touches of a blue accent color was used across all branded deliverables. We used extra thick card stocks, varnishes and foils to provide a sense of tactility and substantial quality. Designed by Manual.
A sustainability report artwork for a corporate client. The theme of this illustration is has to include the wording ‘transformation’, illustration was inspired by a short sentence; ”sustainability as part of who we are and how we operate” which including elements such as people, environment, energy supply and business performance. Designed by Thoughts Come True.