Recently I was asked to help boost our companies social media statistics by holding an online competition, offering one lucky Facebook user the chance to win a weekend trip to London.
I designed a Facebook "cover" image to show users how to enter the competition, an image to be posted and shared throughout the course of the competition and a graphic to show the winner once it had been drawn.
The competition was a great success, I managed to gain the company over 3,000 new "likes"! I'd like to think my graphics did the trick!
Sorry I haven't posted in a while! Been working hard at my new job! anyway, tonight a friend of mine needed some help putting together a quick mock-up club poster for a big night out he's holding in Preston so I thought id delve back into the world of Illustrator and come up with something for him... only quick but what do you think??
The brief was to design a series of 3 typography posters advertising Ministry of Sounds famous 'Saturday Sessions' nights.
Each image was originally hand-drawn onto AO paper then scaled down on the computer and applied to clear plastic acetate. My aim was to make them so unique, interesting and eye-catching that people would just want to read them and find out more!
Lego’s latest campaign, “Imagine”, comes from Hamburg advertising agency Jung von Matt. Can you work out what these 5 fami
Just goes to show, the simplest of ideas are always the ones that create the biggest reactions... just got to think of them!!!
Simple yet effective piece of advertising for the store Urban Outfitters to advertise there website urbanoutfitters.com
Advertising for the brand 'Dockers' - Advertising their range of 'Wear The Pants' trousers through the use of typography. Gives a very manly illusion - almost saying from buying these pants your more of a man...
Im unsure the bottom four images are from Dockers but are very similar designs.
Eric Van Den Boom has created some very beautiful illustrations in his time, but my favourite would be the advertising campaign he did for Raybans Rare Prints collection.