Go to any Apple store in New York City and you will find yourself confronted, and perhaps, in awe, with the graphic artwork for which illustrators Craig & Karl are known. For Apple’s #StartSomethingNew campaign, they created a banner in their signature style using the Waterlogue and iDraw apps on the iPad Air 2, and […]
Pattern aficionados, Francisco Lopez and Monica Brand of Mogollon, designed this shape shifting glow-in-the-dark wallpaper for the Paramount Hotel in New York City. The project, titled “The Queen Of The Night,” premiered on New Years Eve and was a fusion of theater, music, circus, cuisine, and design providing guests with a wholly interactive entertainment experience.
Pomme Chan worked with British design house, Lazerian and their partners, James Cropper on the Gerald Project; a collaboration between 105 world-class image makers who have customized 120 different versions of Gerald the dog. Below are Pomme’s contributions to the project, both of which will be on view during New York Design Week at the Gerald […]
Craig & Karl take Vogue Japan by storm with this smashing spread for the March 2013 issue. A revival of the swinging 60′s, their signature pop-art style works in perfect matrimony with this mod-inspired edition.
Brosmind illustrated these killer wallpaper patterns available for purchase on The Wallery. The bros designed a world of crime that could turn a dull wall into a badass conversation piece.
This holiday season, Sean Freeman and the team at DDB are bringing big cheer to New York City’s bus stops and phone booths. Five New York Lotto installations are on display around Manhattan, each containing 1,800 light bulbs illuminating Sean’s typography. Click here to read Adweek’s write-up on the project.
Pomme Chan put her individuality on display at an Absolut Unique event this month for Absolut’s Raspberry Reflection vodka. The 59″ x 94.5″ piece titled “Floating Berry,” is entirely original, hand-drawn artwork and Pomme even added little 3D butterflies for an extra pop.
Peter Funch recently shot François-Xavier Lalanne’s famed sheep for Christie’s Magazine. Using various locations at the Christie’s offices in Rockerfeller Center, Peter explains, “The snap shot feeling was inspired by photographs of the sheep in a 1967 issue of Life magazine. I wanted to put some personality and collective spirit into the sheep while adding a bit of […]
Craig & Karl illustrated this piece to commemorate Michelangelo Antonioni’s cinema culture classic, Blow Up. The image was created in an edition of 40 for Print Club London’s ‘Blisters The Director’s Cut’ exhibition and is available now for purchase. This is not Craig & Karl’s only project involving the celebrated film director, scroll down to see a […]