This animated GIF was created by Shaw Nielsen for an article on the Sapiens website titled, “The Making of a Wrinkle Convert”.
FirstBank just released a hilarious, print & social campaign, featuring illustrations by Shaw Nielsen, that aims to educate its customers on mobile banking safety and etiquette.
In the campaign titled, “You can bank anywhere, but don’t”, characters are shown using their mobile banking apps in inappropriate locations, such as during a wedding and at a funeral.
Shaw Nielsen created artwork for BizEd magazine, to go along with an article about how college professors should utilize cell phones as a teaching platform for millennials.
Shaw is an illustrator that creates content for both adults and children featured in magazines, ads, posters and newspapers all over the world. He extensively studied illustration in both San Francisco and Colorado; and his hard work has paid off as he has been featured in Communication Arts, 3×3 magazine, HOW magazine and has been honored by the Alliance of Illustrators and the Art Directors Club. His client list includes names like AARP, Billboard, Smithsonian, IBM, and Disney, amongst many others.
Shaw Nielsen created these illustrations for the National Campaign to Prevent Teen & Unplanned Pregnancy, a non-profit dedicated to improving the lives and future prospects of children and families. Shaw’s final illustrations were used as posters for an internal campaign highlighting the organization’s values.
Welcome Home Carla is an educational children’s book illustrated by Shaw Nielsen for Junior Achievement. The story follows a little girl throughout a the day as she does chores around the house to earn money to throw a welcome home party for her best friend Carla who is returning home from summer camp.
Shaw Nielsen’s work for both adults and children has appeared in magazines, advertising, posters, and newspapers around the world. He is represented by Gerald & Cullen Rapp. See more of his work through his Directory of Illustration portfolio and at rappart.com.