It was on a mother/daughter trip to Montreal years ago that an original Clifford Bailey painting, perched in a gallery window caught my eye. Other than drooling over his online gallery I have never seen a full sized original or print since then. Imagine my surprise when I came across this Clifford Bailey print as the focal point at a restaurant here in St. John's. Yet another reason why I love this city.
Just 2 of 6 posters Eric Tan did for Disney/Pixar. I'm a little jealous.
Eric Tan got one of the coolest jobs around when he was asked to work with the filmmakers at Disney/Pixar on the Style guide for UP, these posters [that capture the mood of the film perfectly] were part of the guide.
He has also done work with ACME on posters for Indiana Jones and just contributed a poster in celebration of the final season of Lost.
If you didn't get a chance to see UP in Theatres, it should be on the top of your must-see list when it comes out on dvd.
Still very much in progress, both pieces will be for sale when I am done.
Maybe it's my new surroundings as well as having my own studio/office but I got the itch to paint last week so I thought I would give a sneak peek at some of the pieces I am working on. I am often inspired when I come across a great colour scheme. From there I select the subject matter that I feel best suits the colours and mood. I often do flowers as I find there is an endless combinations of shapes and colours.
I have always been a huge Wallace and Gromit fan. After seeing this ad campaign I am now a huge fan of Harvey Nichols and the Creative team at DDB London. Check out the behind the scenes video of the photo shoot.