Earlier this year, Luci Everett was approached by lovely jubbly Jamie Magazine to create a set of editorial illustrations. Luci gladly accepted the magazine’s advances, and crafted the headline and supplementary illustrations for an article titled, ‘Is Sugar Addictive?’. Addictive or not, Luci sure made the sweet stuff look appealing.
Rock of Eye’s Alex Trochut recently launched an impressive personal project, titled ‘Binary Prints’. Following the publication of ‘More is More’, Alex began to explore the ways in which duality could be expressed on paper. Being the genius he is, Alex created a print process through which two completely separate images could be shown on one surface – one which appears in light, and one which appears only in the dark. Alex utilised this visual trickery to create a set of nocturnal portraits of electronic music artists. For the project, he worked with some of the biggest names in the scene, including James Murphy, Caribou, Four Tet, Damian Lazarus, Acid Pauli, John Talabot and Lucy. We highly recommend you check out the ‘Binary Prints’ website – it’s awe-inspiring.
Gemma O’Brien reinforced her stronghold on the chalk type scene, by creating this very fine headline for the Heinz ‘Soup of the Day’ campaign. Gemma worked with GPY&R Melbourne to digitally develop this very authentic-looking chalk type, which can now be spotted on billboards, commercials and the like. In addition to the main headline, we also had the pleasure of working on the campaign’s storyboards with the Bowery’s Rob Elliott. You can check out the final television commercial over here.