Sylvie Daigneault’s energetic critters are a wonderful fit for Halo’s new “Vigor” pet food – the illustrations were incorporated so nicely into the package design! Check it out:
It seems like everyone has been overtaken by
soccer football fever, and we thought that it might be fun to compile some game-related imagery by a few MGI artists who are always on the ball (SORRY!).
So let’s get started, shall we?? It’s game time, and we’d like to present, in no particular order…
Thanks for having a little fun with us!
It is a good day when so many wonderful illustrations are honored that you accidentally overlook another talented MGI’er. Our apologies to Sylvie Daigneault, who was also recently recognized by the 3×3 Pro Show.
Sylvie’s beautiful “Mutation” series received a ‘merit’ in the gallery category:
The illustrious 3×3 Pro Show has announced the medalists/winners/champions/heroes of their latest context, and we are very proud to announce that a few talented MGI’ers have been selected/chosen/appointed once again!
René Milot was awarded two “merits”:
Gaby D’Alessandro was awarded an “honorable mention”:
Paul Garland also received an honorable mention:
And two “merits”:
And last but not least, Valeria Petrone also took home a “merit”:
and – DRUM ROLL PLEASE!! – she was also awarded the GOLD MEDAL!
A huge congratulations to everyone, and also thank you – you always make us look so good!
Valeria Petrone’s charming illustrations for children have recently found a new life, as she’s collaborated on an adorable new app, “Good Night, Dadas!” now available on iPhone and iPad.
Our hero, Matthew, wakes up in the middle of the night feeling afraid of the dark. However the “Dadas” – a motley crew of adorable superheroes – are here in the nick of time, ready to save the day!
Take a look here to see additional imagery and take this awesome app for a test spin!
Followers of Rick Tulka’s life and work are undoubtedly familiar with the fact that the prolific artist has been a longtime regular of Parisian Brasserie “Le Select,” hanging out at ‘his’ table while sketching other patrons:
So it’s perfectly fitting that the famous establishment would ask Rick to illustrate their new menu:
Oh la la! The new design totally embodies Parisian charm and sophistication – bravo, Rick!
What a tremendous opportunity for animators and aspiring animators alike – Pixar has recently announced that it will be releasing its in-house rendering software, RenderMan, to the public for download, free of charge.
RenderMan has been used in the films Toy Story and Wall-E and at $500 a pop for commercial use, this generous release is particularly wonderful news for the starving artist set or the endlessly frugal.
You can learn a bit more at Gizmodo, and be sure to sign up for your free software.
Image by Guido Scarabottolo:
ALE+ALE’s surrealist collage imagery is simply the perfect fit for French band Les Fouteurs de Joie, as you can see in their awesome music video “Amputez-moi d’une Fleur.” Undoubtedly, the ALEs distinctive style lent the animation a certain je ne sais quoi…
Cliquez-ici to see this wonderful little gem!
Attendees of this year’s Spectrum Live event were recently treated to the best in fantastic art, and in addition to all of the optic treats we were delighted to learn that Victo Ngai has received the silver medal for her vibrant celebration of the Chinese New Year for Tiger Beer. Huzzah!
This incredible piece became a virtual wallpaper for Singapore, which your intrepid blogmistress can state as fact after having seen it everywhere throughout her February travels. It certainly captured the spirit and energy of the season!
Congratulations on this terrific win, Victo!