Ben The Illustrator was commissioned by Adobe to work on the Adobe MAX conference, October 20-22, 2020. Adobe wanted to build an avatar creator for participants of the virtual design festival so users could pick and choose assets to make their own portrait. Ben The Illustrator was tasked with creating an expansive library of assets […]
Ben The Illustrator worked with Pan MacMillan to create a customized emoji for Mariah Carey to promote her new memoir on Twitter. The emoji is inspired by Mariah Carey’s animated character used in her music videos and other promo.The emoji is live on Twitter and can be seen connected to a set of hashtags including: […]
Ben The Illustrator worked with the team at Parlourwood, visualizing their production process as a bold, colorful landscape and illustrating a set of portraits of the team. These illustrations were created for Parlourwood’s new website on parlourwood.co.uk. See more of Ben The Illustrator’s work here.
Throughout quarantine, Ben The Illustrator has been reimagining classic album covers in his signature graphic illustration style. He then created a set of four illustrations featuring these album covers for Tim Burgess’ #TimsTwitterListeningParty. The scenes feature diverse music lovers at home surrounded by their favorite albums selected from the Listening Party roster. See more of Ben […]
Ben The Illustrator was commission by the Guardian to illustrate their weekly “Long Read” article about the hidden homeless people in our cities, titled “The invisible city: how a homeless man built a life underground.” He created 2 versions of the illustration: portrait for print and landscape for web and the Guardian app. The illustration […]
Ben The Illustrator designed a special emoji of Elton John to promote his new autobiography. The emoji is live on Twitter and can be seen connected to a set of hashtags including #EltonJohn and #EltonJohnBook. Ben The Illustrator was commissioned by freelance marketing strategist Katie Roden for publishers Pan Macmillan. They drew inspiration from previous rock and […]
Ben the Illustrator worked alongside his wife and her business partner to create artwork for their coffee roastery Girls Who Grind. This all-female coffee brand works to promote women across the coffee industry from farmers to baristas. Ben the Illustrator created a series of illustrations used for packaging, promotional material, and social media. See more […]
Ben The Illustrator created an extensive series of 70 illustrations for an innovative sleep clinic in London called The Sleep School. The illustrations cover a wide range of topics around sleeping and health for their blog and social media. He brilliantly captures their positive approach to health, looking beyond quick fixes with medication and instead […]
Ben The Illustrator worked with our client, Marquette College of Engineering on their annual magazine, illustrating a feature article looking at the opportunities for taking students into real-world engineering situations to aid their studying. The editorial illustrations are truly a must see. AD: Karen Parr See more of Ben’s illustration work, click here.
We’ve curated a fantastic selection of illustrations showcasing some of the group’s best work from 2016. We hope it serves as inspiration for the great possibilities of 2017. Illustration is a wonderful, evolving medium and illustrators have found increasingly relevant ways to utilize their talents. The first section focuses on self-initiated work and leads off […]
2017 arrives in less than a month, but you can get a glimpse of what it looks like today. We’re happy to welcome 2017 with our new Mendola calendar! Thirteen of our artists contributed wonderful artwork that you can enjoy all year long. You can even learn a bit about each of the contributing artists with […]