Give your brand graphics a unique edge with custom vector illustration.
Our illustration work has benefitted a large number of clients, with styles ranging from loose conceptual sketches and caricatures, to refined technical graphics and photo-realistic renderings. Here’s a selection of our favourite illustration work.
TWISS & WEBER PAPER DOLLSTo launch their Fall 2014 clothing line, Twiss & Weber collaborated with us to produce their Paper Dolls campaign. Custom illustrations of the T&W collection were created and used for retail storefront window graphics and a collectible book that gave customers a throwback way of mixing and matching pieces in the T&W collection.
STAYBOWLIZER PRODUCT ILLUSTRATIONSDesigned in Ottawa in 2013, Staybowlizer has quickly become a well-known product in professional kitchens all over North America and Europe. To support the launch of their new product line and custom retail display, we created a series of custom illustrations, including use instructions and vector renderings of the retail display.
SOCCER CANADA SKILLS DIAGRAMSWorking with our friends at McGill Buckley and Soccer Canada, under the direction of Face Value Communications, we were asked to create custom skills diagram illustrations for the Soccer Canada Pathway Coach’s Toolkit series. Each skill was first sketched in detail and checked by Soccer Canada pro coach, Rob Gale, before being illustrated for the final publications (designed by McGill Buckley).
ECZEMA SOCIETY OF CANADA CHILDREN’S BOOKDeveloped as a tool to promote and communicate good eczema treatment routines and habits to young children, the Eczema Society of Canada approached us to create fun and vibrant custom illustrations that would capture the attention of children aged 3-5. The full book is available to download at Eczema Society of Canada.
AY JACKSON SS GOOD NEWS POSTCARDUsed by the school’s principals and teachers, these custom-illustrated postcards, featuring a blue jay (the school’s representative animal/mascot), are sent home to parents with news of their son/daughter’s achievements.
TRANSPORT CANADA AVATARSThis series of avatar illustrations was developed for an online training game for Transport Canada employees. Each avatar was required to have five emotional expressions: happy, angry, sad, neutral and pensive.
HEALTH CANADA INFOGRAPHICSRepresenting complex data clearly and attractively can be challenging. We were engaged by Health Canada’s Office of Consumer and Public Involvement to create a full range of information graphics, using only limited colour, to be used in reports, publications and presentations.
Consummate professionalism, timely deliverables, and remarkably intuitive world-class illustrators are some of the words I would use to describe our experience working with nineSixteen Creative on multiple occasions. They are respectful of budget and surpass all expectations with an ease of manner that makes them an absolute pleasure to work with.
— Stefan St. Jacques —