The marketing team behind The Simpsons have been hard at work. Going into their 20th season (wow!), their fire is far from diminishing. From the success of the Kwik E-Mart/7-11 takeover and the partnership of Burger King last year for the movie launch, the famous yellow family are still at it again. . . Gentle Giants toy manufacturer has produced the Treehouse of Horror series, while Burger King is looking forward to another partnership. On The Simpsons’ website, there’s a partnership with Zazzle for seasonal products in honor of Dia de Los Muertos, cleverly titled, “D’oh of the Dead”. Click here to check out The Simpsons’ (awesomely-designed) site.
The loveable characters of Wallace & Gromit lend their charm to the ads for lifestyle store, Harvey Nichols. Click here for more details.
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I’ve also placed a few artwork pieces on an artist social networking site, Blue Canvas. The Flash player is pretty nifty–artwork becomes embedded into the module and viewable in a seamless way.
This artwork was created while in a Halloween mindset. The concept was to replace a human backbone with a snake and a ribcage as wing elements. It veered away from that a bit, so I may revisit the theme a bit more later. The influences for this piece were artwork from Giger (bio-mechanical elements), mysticism, tattoo art, and alchemy (symbols in the background). Traditionally drawn with pen/ink, then scanned, and digitally colored. Larger image here.