Design

Artist Spotlight: BOOM CGI

The BOOM CGI team specializes in illustration and animation, including character design, CGI modeling, texturing, animation and retouching.They have developed a thorough understanding of how to craft an image to communicate the right message and captivate the consumer.

It’s no surprise that the team has been working together for almost ten years, producing exciting solutions for some of the largest global brands, including Apple, Coca-Cola, Gillette, and Nike. Their keen eye on innovation and trends has earned them a place among the top commercial artists in the world. Along with their roster of illustrators, photographers, and film-makers, BOOM work across cutting edge media disciplines to meet the clients needs.

Their keen eye on innovation and trends has earned them a place among the top commercial artists in the world. Along with their roster of illustrators, photographers, and film-makers, BOOM work across cutting edge media disciplines to meet the clients needs.

Check out more work from BOOM CGI through their Play! Illustration portfolio and their site, boomcgi.com.

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Owen Davey for TwoDots

Owen Davey has been creating ongoing work for the popular game app, TwoDots.

He was recently asked to create backgrounds for the game’s new Expeditions mode.

Owen is represented by Folio Illustration Agency. Check out his work through his Play! Illustration portfolio and at folioart.co.uk.

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Paul Morton: Hozelock

Paul Morton was approached by Hozelock, a garden equipment company, to create a bee character to assist with marketing and support their ecological stance. The resulting character was Bizzi Bee.

Paul illustrated Bizzi in various poses and supplied a DIY kit of body parts & garden items so 100s of variations of Bizzi could be achieved by the Hozelock design team.

Check out more work from Paul through his Play! Illustration portfolio and his website, hotfroggraphics.com.

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Brian Allen for Scholastic

The team at Scholastic hired Brian Allen to draw concept illustrations for characters in a redesign of an educational app called Sushi Monster, in which kids solve math problems with a friendly but terrifying sushi chef.

See more of Brian’s work through his Play! Illustration portfolio and at flylanddesigns.com.

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