Recently, three great female talents from our group have been assigned to ad campaigns directed toward women. Each artist employs her personal style to create an advertisement that the target audience can truly identify with.
Propaganda hired Bunky Hurter to illustrate the multicultural faces of Crystal Light’s new Mocktails mix. Bunky designed five diverse women to personify each flavor; margarita, mojito, pomtini, peach bellini, and appletini.
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Feminine and elegant, Kate Forrester applied her signature lettering style to an Always campaign commissioned by Leo Burnett. Using bold colors, the illustrations tell the story of empowered teenage girls, no longer distressed by their monthly period (thanks to Always).
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Publix called on Mona Daly to illustrate an in-store poster that reads, “Gorgeous On The Go!” The advertisement features a beautiful, energetic 30-something woman shopping for Unilever products. Below are more examples of Mona’s ability to portray strong, confident women.
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See full post here: Mendola Artists Blog2012-04-25.