Archive for March, 2012
Emiliano Ponzi, Graham Roumieu and Nate Williams were honored as merit winners in the 2012 Society of Publication Designers Awards.
Emiliano’s submission was an image for Italy’s La Repubblica newspaper. The image corresponds with an article on our growing reliance on signs and symbols to navigate this world.
Graham Roumieu’s piece, Data Hog, for Bloomberg Businessweek ran alongside the article Wireless: Overstating Smartphone Data Hogs? which discusses how smartphone power users may not be the problem the wireless industry would have you believe.
Nate’s image for the Harvard Business Review deals with how the English language is evolving to meet the needs of the world’s changing social, intellectual, and economic lives.
Congratulations go out to Emiliano, Graham and Nate!
Emiliano Ponzi’s “Subway Angel” for La Repubblica. Stefano Cipolla (designer), Angelo Rinaldi (art director).
Graham Roumieu’s “Data Hogs” for Bloomberg Businessweek. Brendan Greeley (writer), Richard Turley (creative director), Cindy Hoffman (design director) and Maayan Pearl (art director).
Nate Williams’s “Politics on the English Language” for Harvard Business Review. Betsy Robichaud (designer), Katherine Bell (writer), Alison Beard (editor) and Karen Player (art director).
Emiliano Ponzi illustrated for The New Yorker’s recent Style issue. His illustration can be seen alongside a review of Noam Scheiber’s book, The Escape Artists: How Obama’s Team Fumbled the Recovery.
Ana Bagayan joins an eclectic mix of female artists for I Want to Be First, a group exhibition celebrating female painters and heroines at Kat Von D’s Wonderland Gallery in Los Angeles, CA. The opening reception takes place Friday, March 23rd, 7-9pm.
Wonderland Gallery, 1257 N. La Brea Ave., West Hollywood, CA
Bella Pilar’s square format greeting cards for the Art Group have been released in the Netherlands. The series of 9 features everything from birthdays, baby showers, and everyday. The cards are beautifully embellished with glitter, giving the images a lovely texture and sparkle.
Chris of Red Nose Studio was asked to illustrated 4 mastheads for DeliverMagazine.com. He recently released behind-the-scenes images of the first masthead. In his blog, he writes about the thought process behind this project:
This is the process for the current masthead. the goal of the project is to create a header image that embodies what Deliver can facilitate in the relationship between marketers and consumers. In this case, Deliver is the machine that utilizes many aspects of communication to help you best reach your customers.
To see more images, visit Chris’s blog.
Nate Williams illustrated a brochure promoting Sussex by the Sea, a popular holiday destination comprised of three small towns – Arundel, Littlehampton and Bognor Regis – on England’s southern coast. Nate’s fun and whimsical illustration depicts the “award-winning beaches” and “stunning rolling countryside” that the area has become known for, including the breathtaking South Downs National Park. Window stickers featuring elements from Nate’s illustration along with the tagline “See more, do more, smile more!” are also available at various visitor information centers.
Catell Ronca recently illustrated for Cricket magazine. Her vibrant illustrations can be seen alongside a short story by Sahar Shirazi. Farzad and Saeed tells the story of a friendship between two boys during the revolution in Tehran.