A group of icons by Ron Magnes that were illustrated for PittMoss packaging – an organic potting mix for consumers. Check his portfolio for more icon examples!
A nice example of retro art by Larry Jones. It doesn’t happen often but there are times when a client needs retro art for a specific project. Larry has a great collection of this type of art that he has created over the years – let us know if you need to see examples. There are a few of these images in his current portfolio.
It appears that several companies have re-introduced famous icons of their company that were very popular decades ago. This is a good example – H.J. Heinz Mr. Aristocrat Tomato Man! He was originally created in the 1930’s and our client had John create a new illustration very similar to the original to be used for various purposes. A classy guy!
Direct Energy had a workshop/conference in which (28) corporations/companies/ universities were invited. Ron Magnes was commissioned to create their logos in a Warhol “pop art” style and the participants were given the framed logos at the end of the event. Great idea and a fun project! Here are more of the logos that Ron created.
Ron has been creating bold and vibrant digital illustrations for advertising, corporate, and editorial clients for many years. He excels at conceptual art and also provides illustrations for technical/info-graphics, logos, pop art, and animation. Many clients request his strong design services to take projects through the entire phase of design/concept/illustration to final production.
Lori’s zany illustrations are created with scratchboard, then color added in Photoshop, and a digital file is the final result. Her work can be seen in all areas – advertising, corporate, children’s books, promotional materials, editorial, and animation. She also has her own production company featuring brand development for start-up companies – logos, character creation, marketing, web site design, and product design.