UNITED STATES, New York : People are seen reflected on an advertisement promoting the television show “The Americans” in New York’s Times
Square on January 29, 2015. The show, a critically acclaimed thriller
about husband-and-wife KGB agents who kill, spy and lie in suburban
Washington DC, returned to US TV screens on January 28 for a third
season. The Cold War may be officially over and the plotline far-fetched
but the show proved a surprise hit even before the FBI this week
arrested a suspected Russian agent posing as a New York banker. Evgeny
Buryakov, 39, was captured following more than two years of FBI
surveillance as he fed economic intelligence to Moscow and sought to
recruit US residents as sources. AFP PHOTO/JEWEL SAMAD
Pedigree made stickers in the shape of a dog barge with the scent of delicious Pedigree dog food. They placed them on floors in front of pet stores and supermarkets so passing dogs could go nuts and show their owners what they really want. Made by Tequila Amsterdam.
For a while I’ve been wanting to work on some kind of illustration/comic project that shows (in a funny way) some of the common issues you face when working in an advertisement agency. Been doodling some ideas with Zarock, maybe this will be an actual thing.
I had loads of fun doodling for Franke's “Make It Wonderful” campaign. This project felt perfect for me. For those of you who have done intoxicated napkin drawings with me at a bar, you might have noticed that my free-hand drawing behaves like wild weeds. It starts at one corner and grow to fill the whole page.
The lettering was my first time, so it took more some planning. But it turned out to be a very enjoyable challenge. I think I will start playing with type more often now!