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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!

Paul Garland Wins the “Prize for Illustration”!

Paul Garland reached out to us with some very exciting news this week, and we are delighted to be able to share it with you. His striking graphic piece, “Meeting Place,” has won the Prize for Illustration, jointly organized by the Association of Illustrators and Transport for London!

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Paul’s entry centers on the Greenwich Meridian Line and celebrates this important meeting place. In the words of the artist, “I”ll come from the East as you come from the West to the Prime Meridian, Greenwich and we’ll meet each other at the center of world.”

Posters may be purchased in all sizes here – and congratulations, Paul!

Guido’s animation for the Festival Della Creatività


The show might have come and gone, but Guido Scarabottolo’s whimsical animation for the Festival Della Creatività is still as delightful as ever!  We just discovered this little gem on Youtube and thought we’d share- click to enjoy!

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