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Victo Ngai x Johnnie Walker Blue Label

Victo Ngai had the honor of collaborating with Johnnie Walker Blue Label on a limited-edition bottle, which will be available exclusively in Hong Kong.

Victo’s striking design incorporates iconic Hong Kong symbols, including a Cantonese opera performer, skyscrapers, and neon lights.

These are some photos of the launch event in Hong Kong last month.

And a here’s closer look at Victo’s breathtaking artwork.

 

Rosé all Day! New Design from Valeria Petrone

Who doesn’t love a glass of rosé once spring hits? Please take note: noone is raising their hands!

This latest project from Valeria Petrone is a real showstopper, and we couldn’t be more excited to share it with you. Created for Tormaresca Vineyard in collaboration with animator Silvio Mancini (and art directed by Valeria), it is a thrill to see her illustration come to life.

Image by Valeria Petrone:

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We strongly recommend taking half a minute to check out this delightful animation – and don’t forget to raise your glasses!

Fun Doodles, Stellar Campaign – New Project from Victo Ngai

Victo Ngai’s kinetic lines and bustling scenes were put to tremendous use recently for Franke’s “Make it Wonderful” campaign. As the artist charmingly put it on her blog, “For those of you who have done intoxicated napkin drawings with me at a bar, you might have noticed that my free-hand drawing behaves like wild weeds. It starts at one corner and grow to fill the whole page.”

Images by Victo Ngai:

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I’m not sure about you, but I’m still trying to get my idiosyncrasies to work for me.

Thank you to the terrific Chrissy from Gyro for this awesome assignment!

Market Wharf Billboards by MGI Artists

This one’s exciting… four of our artists were chosen to help advertise for the Market Wharf condos, and got their art blown up to billboard size! Josée Bisaillon, Aaron Artessa, Valeria Petrone, and Beppe Giacobbe were all lucky enough to be part of this cool project.

Click on the photos to see them enlarged!

Sally Vitsky’s Animations

Sally Vitsky was chosen as the artist for a series of animations based on her work for the 2008 Smoky Mountain Heritage Festival. We’re all very excited to see her work in motion- click on the link below to see it in action!

Smoky Mountain Heritage Festivals Website

Sally Vitsky's Animations

Sally Vitsky was chosen as the artist for a series of animations based on her work for the 2008 Smoky Mountain Heritage Festival. We’re all very excited to see her work in motion- click on the link below to see it in action!

Smoky Mountain Heritage Festivals Website