Posted by Don Clark | Filed under Illustration, New Store Goodies, New Work
It’s been another fantastic year at IC, so we thought we’d share the love a bit. With any purchase over $30 until December 21st, you’ll receive our new 11″ x 14″ Giclee print ‘Snowballer‘. Inspired by our recent snowmageddon experience here in Seattle, we thought it would be pretty neat to have a large orange pachyderm friend on our side in case that looming snowball fight with the bratty neighborhood kids does indeed happen. Tell your friends.
Posted by Don Clark | Filed under Web Goods
10 Answers asked me 10 questions.
Posted by Don Clark | Filed under Music, Top Ten Albums
Posted by Ryan Clark | Filed under Design, Illustration, Music, New Work, Posters, Seattle
I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to design a poster for one of my favorites, Killing Joke. Their music is like the soundtrack to the apocalypse, so naturally, a punk-orchestrated riot seemed like the perfect direction.
Posted by Don Clark | Filed under Illustration, New Work, Packaging, Toys
We’ll never forget that day in 1983 that our mom brought home a bag of Legos the size of a small car. She had picked it up at a garage sale (who sells Legos?) for $8. From that point on, we were hooked. For obvious reasons, Legos ended up being our favorite toy for years to come – and as with most things in parenting life, it’s come full circle and is now my son’s favorite toy. Like many folks, those bricks have been a big part of our family.
So as you can imagine, I wish I could hop in one of these to go back and tell my 8-year-old self about our newest project for Target, the Lego Build A Bullseye! Gift Card. We’ve been fortunate to work on many cool projects over the years, but this one was sorta special. We actually wrapped this up in May, so it’s fun to finally see it in stores for the holidays.
Below are some shots of the carrier on press a few months back:
And here is the endcap fixture at the store. They were sold out at noon today, so I’m guessing there are other human beings that like Lego as well.
Thanks to our (always) amazing art director Ted for the brains behind this project, and the fine folks at LEGO for giving us the green light.
Oh, and check out the cool little animation below: