She's a perfect fit for the urban hipster targeted with the launch of Concert Properties' new condo development, The KIP District! Working with the very talented Susan McIntee, Creative director at 52 Pick-Up, Alanna has provided a total of six illustrations which will be used across all marketing materials. Here are five of them featured on the official KIP website launched today!
When art director Lila Graham first contacted us to work on the new website she was designing for National Drapery, it was an exciting opportunity for Katy Dockrill to bring her flair for sewing and love of home decor to an illustration assignment! The new ND website was the inspirational vision of Natalie Hartman, who was a delight to work with. Visit the ND homepage and see how Lila and Katy literally brought Natalie's vision to life here.
The new website design also included a series of drawings to highlight the many custom products National Drapery offers. Katy adores creating for surface design, so when Natalie asked her to include an indication of patterns to depict various textiles and bring some flair to these more technical illustrations, she was happy to oblige. The result? These little gems...we've combined a few of our faves here:
Art director, Paul Bonsell of Manifest Communications had a vision to create a light-hearted infographic to illustrate the serious business of the Get Cyber Safe web campaign sponsored by the Government of Canada. With his vivid imagination and fun style, Ian Phillips was just the illustrator to deliver the faux pirate's map! The infographic's goal is to help the general public get smart on Phishers who lurk in the deep waters of cyber space, gathering personal information--banking info, credit card numbers and passwords etc. For more information visit getcybersafe.ca.
We were really excited when Hambly & Woolley approached us to have Betsy Everitt create the art for an app called Bring Back Play. We could immediately see how Betsy's vibrant and playful art would lend perfectly to Participaction's mission--encouraging unstructured and imaginative play. Participaction is a national not-for-profit organization who's vision is to get Canadians active. We asked H&W to tell us more about their involvement in the Bring Back Play campaign and this is what they had to say:
"(We were) initially asked to come up with a print piece, but instead conceived of the idea for the interactive app. It seemed to be a better idea to help Participaction reach a broader audience with the message that we have to get kids moving. "Bring Back Play" relies on a nostalgic tug at the heart to get parents, care-givers, teachers, counsellors, etc., engaged in games we used to play. The app allows the user to post comments, upload video and photos, rate games, share games and add new games. We worked through the experiential aspects, through the wireframe, design and development -- in both English and French. Betsy Everitt's charming and colourful illustrations provided the friendly personality of the app and the functional wayfinding icons. It has been released to much acclaim and press coverage."
Credits for this project are as follows: Barb Woolley: Design Director, Dominic Ayre & Nik Firka: Designers, Andrew Ryther: Project Manager, Betsy Everitt: Illustrator, Summit: Developer.
The LCBO has just made exploring their vast wine selection a lot more fun! As part of the overall new branding strategy for wine selection with LCBO, Alanna's illustrations have been featured in three videos exploring Red Wine, White Wine and How to Shop for Wine as well as supporting print materials. They are now featured on the LCBO website here. We had the pleasure of working with a great group at Blammo Worldwide including: Creative Director, Andrew Simon, Senior Art Director, Grant Cleland, Senior Art Director/Designer and Kristin Vekteris, VP Director of Client Services. The video animation was done by the talented folks at Poster Boy. Below are screen captures from the 3 videos.
This was a super fun project for the Marquis Wine Cellar, a specialty wine store in Vancouver, BC. They wanted to show off Vancouver's amazing attractions and culture with a twist. So, we had wine be a part of each illustration. From downhill skis in the shape of wine bottles to Inukshuk's holding wine glasses. The art featured on the van creates an eye catching 'out-of-home' advertisement for Marquis.