Transplant is a dreamy short film where things aren't what they seem. Play leads to destruction. Discovery leads to growth. Our artist Meg Hunt partnered with her college pal and animator PMurphy for this beautiful end piece. It’ll definitely inspire you! Take a peek here.
We love how this packaging turned out! Publix Super Markets needed an eye-catching illustration for their New York Cherry Cheesecake ice cream flavor. So they turned to artist Von Glitschka, asking him to include a New York skyline and the Statue of Liberty in his design. Von happily obliged and created a solid, memorable illustration that is looks just as tasty as the ice-cream inside!
The talent at Scott Hull Associates is so fortunate to collabrate with some amazing people. But there are those rare times when a concept doesn't quite make the cut. These are a few of those rejections the artists were willing to share.
Penelope Dullaghan shares what fueled the direction of her latest cover for Penguin Random House’s book Lucky Broken Girl. From initial sketch ideas to final artwork, Penelope gives you a first hand look into this wonderfully thoughtful book.
Create a mural with the purpose to casually relax its viewer as they waited to be seen by the medical staff. That was IU Simon Caner Center's, Dr. Nasser Hanna request to Andrea Eberbach. Look and see for yourself how Andrea accomplished the art of healing.
With an opportunity to reposition and repackage their existing two-SKU line, Calbee North America sought to grow the brand by leveraging their small, but loyal salty-snack / salad topper customer base.
Whenever you are asked to work on a long-standing iconic image such as the Budweiser Clydesdales, the biggest challenge is striking a creative balance. The art already has a name for itself. You want to add your own personal point of view while always considering the equity of the images that came before me.