His Majesty was reaching the Hong Kong Hotel with his driver.
and turning the hotel room into a studio:
I got Commissioned by Puma for a Street Performance in Tsim Sha Tsui in Hong Kong.
Here’s some picture of the process, the night before flying. at the 24/7 printer.
I usually don’t have a chance to show the character work i do, so here are some characters i’ve worked on during October,
mostly while developing characters for different projects, both personal and private.
Hope you enjoy them! (Many more coming this way)
I’ve just updated my website with some new illustrations, I’ve completed in the past few months……so check it out!
I designed a brand new logo for my friends of the CFT, Collectif France Tricot (France knitting collective).
They do street pieces, jewels and exhibitions.
Regarding the logo, I kept it simple and efficient. the 3 girls have their own color.
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2xanadu are a full service creative agency. They have just relaunched their site filled with a variety of new work, go check it out!
Read the full post at http://steveczajka.posterous.com/october-2012-calendar
A few months ago I was approached by TBWA Paris in order to participate in a collection of 20+ illustrations for their client Infiniti/ Team Red Bull. There was a total of 6 artists including myself and each artist got a set number of illustrations to complete according to their own personal style. I was chosen to do the artwork for Bahrain Grand Prix, Monaco Grand Prix, Germany Grand Prix and Singapore Grand Prix. Each illustration focuses on particular assets of the cars . Bahrain focuses on the pistons, Monaco focuses on the paddle gear shift sustem , Germany focuses on the rear wheel angle adjustment system and Singapore focuses on the pure might and strength of their electronic supercar. The colour schemes are relative to the countries flags and the main concept behind all illustrations is data visualisation and integration through digital art. For Infiniti, performance is about more than statistics, it’s about how their cars make the driver feel. So for this campaign, we took performance data from a range of Infiniti cars and visualised it in a way that showed more colour, more depth and more feeling. For each poster a car was selected based on how well its standard features matched the demands of each track.
Illustration: Billy Bogiatzoglou aka Billelis
3D Design: Billy Bogiatzoglou aka Billelis
Assistant Art Direction : Billy Bogiatzoglou aka Billelis
Art Direction and Creative Direction: Mattia Lachini, Fabian Braun , Maxwell Burgoyne , John Paul Williams
Project Management : Julie Champin