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News for July 2021

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The Red Dress / Disney Anniversary Posters

The Red Dress were commissioned by Disney Pixar to create celebratory anniversary posters for several of their most-loved films. 'Finding Dory', 'Monsters Inc.' and 'Toy Story' reached their 5th, 20th and 25th anniversaries respectively in 2021, and Disney Pixar requested The Red Dress to create a poster for each following a particular art style. 'Finding Dory' and 'Toy Story' followed a film noir theme, whilst 'Monsters Inc.' was influenced by vintage 'Wish You Were Here' postcards.The resulting artworks were released on social media in conjunction with the production companies' celebrations of these landmarks. They demonstrate The Red Dress' adeptness at executing quintessential and well known eras of art in a contemporary fashion.

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Jordi Ros / Gorillas Campaign

Jordi Ros was commissioned by the ACE B.V for Gorillas, a grocery delivery service. Jordi created the key visual for their nationwide outdoor and digital campaign in the Netherlands, creating both a still and motion graphic to make the most of print and digital media platforms.

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BloodBros. / New Hokkaido Packaging

Emile aka. BloodBros. was commissioned via Sally Morrow Creative to create a suite of packaging designs for craft beer brand New Hokkaido. BloodBros. has now worked with New Hokkaido on several new designs, the latest being for their latest release Daruma IPA. Emile's knowledge of, fascination with and lived experience of Japanese culture has been a constant cornerstone of his work, and is utilised at its fullest fluency here. His appreciation of an understanding of the many creatures, characters and symbolic figures from Japanese folklore and fables are rendered in his signature clean and fresh style.

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Debut Art / Agents for Change

Début Art is extremely proud to be one of the founding member agencies of Agents for Change. It is widely recognised that there is a problem around representation in the creative fields, which given the reach and consumption of its outputs has harmful effects on society as well as missed opportunities for individual people and businesses. Agents for Change are taking action to demystify the industry and improve pathways into it.Agents for Change's current offerings include free portfolio reviews open exclusively to those belonging to typically under-represented groups, honest and open Q&A events, a series of published interviews with established creatives to share their journeys and inspire others, and a central directory of grants and other organisations that can help. We are currently also working on a school outreach plan, and a set of resources and guides about illustration and the surrounding creative industry to be released later this year.Enormous thanks are due to Grand...