examples of impressive illustration by various artists

Vintage Guinness Ads by John Gilroy and The New Kinkajou Can

Guinness has launched a limited-edition Guinness Draught can which will be available just in time for fans St. Patrick’s Day celebration. The latest limited-edition collectible can is part of an ongoing series celebrating vintage Guinness ads from the mid 1900s. This year, the kinkajou – which looks a lot like a sloth – is featured on the can. (more…)

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Irish Photographer and Illustrators Collaborate for 2018 Jameson Limited Edition Whiskey Bottle

photo: Eoin Holland, www.eoinholland.com

Illustrator Claudine O’Sullivan, photographer Leon Ward and and illustrator Alex Mellon teamed up to collaborate on the 2018 Jameson Limited Edition Whiskey Bottle. Each with their own artistic sensibilities unite on a design that celebrates the bravery and unity that lies behind every great friendship. (more…)

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Paintings of Useless Books by Anna Hoyle

Melbourne based artist and illustrator Anna Hoyle has both talent and a sense of humor as evidenced by her series of gouache paintings of imagined books. Painted on paper with such tongue-in-cheek titles such as My Clothes Hate Me, Ugly Hair Since Grade Two and Goodbye My Love and Don’t Follow Me Anymore, the art resembles books you often find marked down on carts outside of bookstores. (more…)

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