Unboxing, Episode 1: Hexapillar

We’re excited to announce ‘Unboxing‘, a new video series where we open, unpack and showcase the latest products we’ve worked on. First up: Our Hexapillar Gift Card for Target, another fun project from the creative folks at inHouse. We had loads ‘o fun creating Hexapillar and as you can tell, the metamorphosis was successful.

Stay tuned for Episode 2!

Parade Magazine

We had a blast illustrating the cover and interior spread for Parade Magazine’s Road Food issue¬†last Sunday. Big thanks to our A.D. Richard Baker for the fun project.

Typography/Design: Richard Baker

Hexapillar for Target

If you have a son between the ages of 4 and 10, you probably know all about Hexbug. We’ve had the Nano habitat fired up at our place for awhile, so when our friends at Target asked if we’d like to design our own, my son (and his dad) gave an ecstatic and audible thumbs up. The Hexapillar Gift Card goes from caterpillar to butterfly in seconds flat and comes alive with one flip of the switch. In stores now. See it a tad larger here.

As always, extra big high-fives to our A.D.’s Ted Halbur and David Ledsinger for making this all happen.

From The Alfred Paulsen Files, V. 11

ABOUT

Founded in 2006 by Don & Ryan Clark, Invisible Creature is a
multi-disciplinary design and illustration studio based in Seattle, WA.

NEW IN THE SHOP

  • Invisible Creature

    Barn Blocks

  • Slipknot

    Skeptic

  • Close Encounters

    8" x 10" Set

  • Close Encounters

    Neighborhood Cookout

NEW WORK

  • Invisible Creature

    Farm League

  • Stack And Scare!

    Stackable Monster Blocks

  • Captain Bullseye's

    Build-A-Plane!

  • Keys To The City

    South Lake Union Mural

LIL'HAPPY CLUB SUBMISSIONS

FROM THE BOOKSHELF

FROM THE TOYSHELF