Dave Stevenson was commissioned by The Village Voice to create the artwork for their 3rd annual Brooklyn Pour.  This is a curated craft beer tasting event that takes place in October, and features “100+ craft brews from New York and beyond”.

Dave did the illustration and hand lettering, and I love the use of his work on the woodsy background of the website – very cool!

Dave Stevenson – Illustration and Hand Lettering for Brooklyn Pour
The Village Voice Brooklyn Pour website illustration
Dave’s original sketch

Lucie Rice has been working on a series of posters illustrating the various neighborhoods of Nashville, Tennessee, which also happens to be the city that Lucie calls home.  Each illustration reflects the individuality of that particular neighborhood, and the Nashville Neighborhood series features five of Lucie’s favorites:

Lucie Rice illustration

Lucie Rice – 12 South
Lucie Rice – Five Points
Lucie Rice – Hillsboro Village
Lucie Rice – Lower Broadway
Lucie Rice – Sylvan Park


Christophe Lopez-Huici has just finished creating a poster illustration for the Power Pop festival organized by Paul Collins of the Nerves (best known for the song Hanging On The Telephone which Blondie later popularized).

Christophe Lopez-Huici – Power Popalicious 2012 poster (Asbury Lanes Nov. 16-17)

You can also view more of Christophe’s work at where he has illustrated a cocktail recipe called the Corpse Reviver #2. There are two illustrations, click here to view them both…

The corpse Reviver, an illustrated cocktail recipe

View Christophe complete Portfolio

We love info graphics!  They are becoming more and more a part of our daily lives, and they are such a creative way to show what might otherwise be pretty dry and boring information.  Here is a look at some info graphic projects that our illustrators, Johnny Kotzé and Lucie Rice, recently worked on (click images for a closer look at these data-filled illustrations!) :

Johnny Kotzé – Infographic illustrations for Eskom pitch

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Lucie Rice – Infographic for the University of Southern Indiana

Charles Glaubitz was recently commissioned by 180 Amsterdam to create this illustration for a Brand Book for their client Sony PlayStation.  They were looking to bring to the life the new Brand mantra, “The World Is In Play”, and in doing so they came up with six brand pillars that define their brand personality.  Charles was 1 of 6 artists who were commissioned for the project, and he was asked to base his illustration on the brand pillar, “Fearless”.  Here’s what he came up with:

Charles Glaubitz – Fearless for Sony PlayStation
All six illustrated Brand Pillars of Sony PlayStation