|9/07/2012||Posted by: Beth|
|7/03/2012||Posted by: Beth|
Client: Raymond Blanc
Illustrator: Paul Wearing
Illustration Agency: Friend + Johnson
“A gift of a job” was how the renowned art director, Lawrence Morton described the project of designing the book Kitchen Secrets by Raymond Blanc. The book has just been published by Bloomsbury in support of Mr. Blanc’s television series “Kitchen Secrets”broadcast by the BBC.
Illustrator, Paul Wearing certainly thought so as well. It was a dream job to be working on a book for one of the most respected and accomplished chefs in the world and a culinary hero of his. Paul created artwork for the opening spreads to each of the sixteen themed chapters as well as the cover portrait of Raymond Blanc.
|6/19/2012||Posted by: Beth|
For more about this fascinating illustrator read our own interview in our blog.
Thank you Empty Kingdom for the shout out and for reminding us, we all do want to experience Jimmy Z’s theme park…
|6/14/2012||Posted by: Beth|
Illustrator Patrick Hruby, alongside Animation Producer Sean Starkweather from SDF/1 Studio, created and designed the illustrations used on this very educational BP in America commercial.
Agency: Ogilvy DC
Agency Art Director: Jose Salmeron
Production Company: Blacklist
Design & Animation Studio: SDF/1
Illustration & Design: Patrick Hruby, Sean Starkweather
|6/05/2012||Posted by: Beth|
The latest blog post from F+J‘s Simone Friend and Beth Johnson for Agency Access’ The Lab is out. This time they talk about how important personal work is and when best to showcase it (or not). Take a look at the article.
Agency Access’ The Lab is a great resource for artists looking for advice on any marketing needs.
|5/24/2012||Posted by: Beth|
Earlier this month Behance hosted The 99% Conference of 2012 in New York City. It is an incredible conference created by and for the creative community. They were so insightful as to ask Wendy MacNaughton the enormous (and fun) task to illustrate the 2-day event! Check out their amazing website at www.the99percent.com and the illustrated version here.