We are very happy to welcome long-tme Pocko friend Pomme Chan to our roster of illustrators! Born and educated in Bangkok, Pomme completed her BA in Interior Design at Silpakorn University before working at the Bangkok offices of both WPP’s DY&R and Grey as a graphic designer. In 2003 she relocated to the UK for a studied at the London College of Communication. Using her unique hand-drawn skill, Pomme’s eclectic style gets its inspiration from everyday life. Nature, fashion, architecture and female form play a big part in her works. Pomme is also passionate about typographical illustrations, several of which appeared in La Perla Magazine, a cover for Digital Arts Magazine and New York Times Magazine among others. Currently Pomme lives and works in London. Clients include: Liberty, Nike, Microsoft, Conde net (NY.), Telegraph Newspaper, Singha Beer, Atlantic Record, Mercedes-Benz, Sony Playstation3, Southern Comfort, Freya, La Perla, Select NY, Daine von Furstenberg, Leo Burnett, The Sunday Times, Financial Times, The Guardian, Graniph (Japan), Non-Format, Standard Magazine (France), Central Embassy, Rome Snowboard, Atomic Skiboard, MTV, Adidas, Gas book (Japan), Selfridges, Topshop, and HTC.
Ben Newman and our friends at Wonky Films and Devilfish picked up the Royal Television Society Award for their work on BBC Radio 4's "Life and Fate" animation. Ben worked as the character and element designer on this, and Wonky did an incredible job of storyboarding and animating this startling 30-second animation.
We're delighted to have the very talented Kay Tennemann on board our roster of Motion & Interactive artists. ATARI pixelgrafik nerd in the 90s, Kay Tennemann, aka MOSTYLE, became a freelance 3D artist and motionographer in 2004. Today the designer & director is based in Hamburg working for studios and brands across Europe and Asia. Clients include: Sehsucht, Qfilm, Effekt Etage, Giraffentoast, Optix Digital, Naked (Paris), Schönheitsfarm, Aixsponza, Elastique, Parasol Island, Feedmee, Mutabor. Look forward to some more amazing work coming soon.
Les Jean Clode contributed their character-making and installation expertise to a large project in the shopping centre of Quais d'Ivry, France. Their story focuses on the second-life of packaging, imagining them in a fun and exciting renaissance after recycling. Various media included prints, animated films, and volumes (intended to occupy the space in the mall). Full details of the project can be seen here.