Design

The Design selection from this year’s Illustration Annual contains work from Si Scott, Noma Bar, and Christopher Jennings

Illustrator: Jon Chapman-Smith, Fuman
Title of work: Tiger Beer
Entry no. 30

Tiger Beer ad and business card for brand manager. Fuman.co.nz

Illustrator: Noma Bar
Title of work: Don DeLillo book covers
Entry no. 33

Series of novels published by Picador. Art direction: It’s Nice That, itsnicethat.com. Agent: Dutch Uncle, dutchuncle.co.uk

Entrant: Small Back Room
Ilustrator: Tara Hale
Title of work: Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre Season 2011
Entry no. 7

Design: Fiona Booker, Small Back Room, smallbackroom.co.uk. Illustrations: Tara Hale, tarahale.com

Illustrator: Scott Plumbe, Illolab
Title of work: Teti’Aroa French Polynesia
Entry no. 23

Illustrations for a holiday resort located on a remote atoll in French Polynesia. Agency: E+S. Art director: Javier Puig. Client: Pacific Beachcomber. illolab.com

Illustrator: Si Scott, Si Scott Studio ltd
Title of work: Forever Manchester
Entry no. 26

Created for charity exhibition. Screenprinted by One69A. Available at richardgoodallgallery.com. siscottstudio.com

Illustrator: Si Scott, Si Scott Studio Ltd.
Title of work: Poke London: The 100 Project
Entry no. 11

Charity auction piece for the100project.co.uk

Illustrator: Christopher Jennings
Title of work: Unmissable Manchester
Entry no. 19


Client: mfour/Manchester City Council. christopher-jennings.co.uk

Illustrator: Adam Larson, Adam&Co
Title of work: Give Me an ‘A’
Entry no. 22

adamncompany.com

Illustrator: James O’Connell
Title of work: Time for a Fresh Start
Entry no. 17

Promotional poster for launch of creative agency Just Good Ideas. james-oconnell.com

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