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Corporate Storytelling for Innovation Nation

July 20, 2017, Live on-site Graphic Recording by Carl Sherriff  at the recent Innovation Nation Event held in Sydney. Carl draws and visually interprets while you speak. Thanks to Crazy Might Work for including Carl in the distinguished program for this event. “The Corporate Storyteller exists to transform facts & figures from a presentation into a grand human story, using the power of humour. One that informs, inspires and surprises its audiences whatever the organisation.”

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Projection mapped animation scenic elements for Rumpelstiltskin stage production

July 13, 2017  From illustrator and animator Chris Edser, “One of my favourite projects from last year.” Commissioned to illustrate and animate projection mapped animation scenic elements for Rumpelstiltskin stage production. See the production highlights with animation in action here…

Windmill Theatre Co and State Theatre Company South Australia presented this musical theatre piece in 2016. Directed and created by Rosemary Myers and Julianne O’Brien, based on the story by the Brothers Grimm. The music in this highlights package and from the show was composed by Jethro Woodward. Chris worked closely with production designer Jonathon Oxlade and had assistance with additional character animation from Lisa Vertudaches. Stills by Shane Reid Photography.

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Conceptual illustration – Gregory Baldwin for HVB Magazine

July 11, 2017 A conceptual illustration by Gregory Baldwin representing the cohesive jigsaw that makes up Australian and Chinese business collaborations.
The July issue of Higher View Business Magazine features the outcomes of the official visit from Chinese Premier Li Keqiang to Australia in March and his address to the Australia China Economic and Trade Cooperation Forum. Published by Citrus Media in Chinese and English for The Chinese National Tourist Office and China Eastern Airlines.

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New Artist – Eddie White

July 7, 2017 We are thrilled to have Eddie White as part of our talented team of illustrators. Eddie brings to paper what he describes as “‘a whimsical, cheeky and bizaarre window into a wild and wonderful cinematic parallel world’. This cinematic feeling of a sneak peak into a moment or a scene of someone’s private life is what we love about Eddie’s work and comes through the eyes of a director. In 2009 Eddie (with art director/animator Ari Gibson) won an Australian Film Institute (AFI) Award for Short Animation for The Cat Piano narrated by Nick Cave. The film was also shortlisted for Best Short Animated Film for the 82nd Academy Awards. We are sure you will enjoy his work as much as we do. All his work is hand drawn and hand painted and new work arrives with us daily. When we talked to Eddie about what sparks an idea for him he replied ” It’s a compulsive need to capture unexpected visual moments that when collide, feel amusingly to make sense’. And amuse us he does.
 

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Conceptual illustration by Bea Crespo for Voyeur

July 7, 2017 “The path of an entrepreneur is rarely a linear one.” Conceptual illustrator Bea Crespo was at home thinking outside the square for this challenging brief from Virgin’s Voyeur Magazine. The story tracked several entrepreneurs who had failed in business or walked away to change direction, re-evaluate and move on to even greater success. Bea created a specific illustration for each of the five business people interviewed.

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Beth-Emily for Chapel Hill Wine McLaren Vale

June 28, 2017 Woodscannon commissioned Beth-Emily to illustrate the cellar door and name sake chapel at McLaren Vale’s Chapel Hill Wines, as well as stages of the grape growing, harvesting and wine making process at the winery.  They have used the illustrations in a variety of online and print executions including the infographic on their website landing page. Combining the illustrations with photography adds a lovely handmade feeling to the branding.

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