These graphics were created to promote "Power to the People" part of a campaign to remind consumers that they have the power when it comes to buying things. I did two final options that will be used on various print and multimedia items. Graphics created in Illustrator.
Monday, 24 September 2012
This graphic is based on a nursery rhyme that was popular when I was a kid. I have no idea where it originated but the words always make me smile. It had been a plan of mine to turn the words into a graphic for some time - so here it is. All graphics drawn in Illustrator using Edwardian Script and Copperplate fonts.
Thursday, 20 September 2012
I have always been a big fan of simple patterns and minimal graphics and have found the freestyle pen in Adobe Ideas very useful. You can create hand drawn graphics with a stylus really quickly, then simply email the graphic to your Mac or PC as a PDF, and edit it with Illustrator. I created all the shapes this way with Adobe ideas, and then assembled and coloured them up with Illustrator.
Monday, 17 September 2012
I have known this little poem for many years, but have only just discovered where it originated. From my research it appears it was written by Maud & Miska Petersham and appeared in a book called the 'Rooster Crows' about 1945. I created all the graphics using Adobe Ideas, including the hand drawn text, and assembled the vectors in Adobe Illustrator.