Aldo Crusher’s packaging for Café Bustelo is bound to brighten your morning routine. Proceeds from this collaboration go to Café Bustelo’s El Café del Futuro Scholarship Program with the Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities. See more of Aldo’s work here.
Our clients seem to have an insatiable need for maps. Capable of providing direction on a global or small scale, maps serve an important role in our lives. Publications, universities, resorts, and games all use maps. Leave it to illustrators to invent unique ways to show us where we’re going. We’ve selected a cross […]
Work Happy Editorial is dedicated to the amazing assignments with magazines and newspapers that made our artists happy in 2017. Occasionally the story, the designer, and the artists’s concept all come together to create an inspired work of art. Each artist has written a caption explaining why they chose their happy image. Check out […]
2017 was a turbulent year for many of us for a variety of reasons. Through it all, Rapp illustrators found projects that brought happiness. Some commissioned, some self-initiated. Below you will find a curated virtual gallery of each artist’s most happy image from 2017 along with a brief explanation of why it made them happy. […]
No matter which team you’re on for pronouncing the word, (hard G or jif like the peanut butter) you’ve probably seen these fun animations popping up all over the internet. Several of our artists have followed trend, and made GIF animations in their unique styles. These GIFs are used for web versions of editorial stories, logos, […]
Everyone has their own way of eating Oreos, but there’s no doubt that Oreo’s perfect match is milk. Aldo Crusher was recently commissioned by 360i to create a series of dunking images! These images were featured on Oreo’s social media to inspire people to get creative in their dunking techniques. Hang gliding dunk! Sky […]
The National Pastime Museum (an online-only collection of baseball artifacts, info and memorabilia) recently commissioned 19 of our artists to interpret and create work based on the poem “Casey at the Bat” by Ernest L. Thayer which was originally published in the June 3, 1888 issue of San Francisco’s The Daily Examiner. The artists were given […]