Marcus Marritt created a series of 400ml beer can wrap label art for Manchester based brewery, Beatnikz Republic.
Here is some artwork created by Ashleigh Corrin for Studio Gannett of USA TODAY. The illustrations & animations were created for a story in the digital publication, Diagnosis Diabetes.
The assignment was to illustrate how the lifestyle changes made to control diabetes can benefit the patient in other ways.
Kitchen76, a premiere destination for dining in Niagara, enlisted the help of Steven Noble to create a logo design that correctly portrays its farm-to-table identity.
The resulting design features a rabbit delivering fresh produce straight from the source.
Louise Brigenshaw was commissioned by the team at Holland & Barrett, a chain of health food stores located in the UK, to illustrate an infographic about the health pros and cons of eating chocolate. The final image was used on their website.
Greg Newbold created these fully digital paintings for BioMerieux, a French-based multinational corporation with a US division that specializes in testing for biological pathogens.
This set of illustrations is for a testing machine & process called Gene Up that tests food products before they go out to stores, to ensure they are safe and free of food-borne pathogens.
Iker Ayestaran illustrated a series of beer labels to commemorate the 110th anniversary of Estrella Galicia, a brand of pale lager beer produced by Hijos de Rivera Brewery in A Coruña, Spain.
Kingsford BBQ, a brand owned by The Clorox Company, commissioned Steven Noble to create packaging illustrations for their line of charcoal briquettes. His work featured steak, ribs, chicken & illustrations showing how to use the charcoal briquettes.
Steven Noble specializes in line art, scratchboard, scraperboard, woodcuts & engraving. Take a look at his varying style through his Directory of Illustration portfolio & through his website at stevennoble.com .
Kiki Ljung recently created 6 illustrations of iconic sandwiches for Canadian Porter Airlines’ in-flight magazine, Re:porter.
Each sandwich represents 6 destinations available through Porter Airlines.