Art director, Paul Bonsell of Manifest Communications had a vision to create a light-hearted infographic to illustrate the serious business of the Get Cyber Safe web campaign sponsored by the Government of Canada. With his vivid imagination and fun style, Ian Phillips was just the illustrator to deliver the faux pirate’s map! The infographic’s goal is to help the general public get smart on Phishers who lurk in the deep waters of cyber space, gathering personal information–banking info, credit card numbers and passwords etc. For more information visit getcybersafe.ca.
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A little while back marketing agency trevor peter communications contacted us about a walking map for Timberland, an official sponsor of TIFF (The Toronto International Film Festival). When Jillian Ditner was chosen, we were pretty excited about this great opportunity! Creative Director, Alexandra MacDonald and Jillian, along with Josh McKellar, Marketing Manager for Timberland, began the collaborative process of creating the first ever eco friendly tool for navigating TIFF.
The initial direction was for Jillian to create her own artistic interpretation of Toronto, the TIFF ‘playground’ and the area venues downtown that host the Festival. One of the key objectives for this user-friendly map was to inspire TIFF-goers to ‘get outside’, walk the festival, and connect with the community. The finished map below is available as a downloadable pdf at the Timberland online Community here. Enjoy the Festival!
Geoff Redwood from Jan Kelley Marketing approached us to see if Tim Zeltner could paint a map showing all the different wine regions of Ontario in his trademark, whimsical style. The map was for a new website Jan Kelley was creating for Ontario Uncorked, which has now been unveiled here. The website allows you to explore and plan customized tours throughout the famed wine regions of Ontario. The little extra details Tim brings to a piece like this, are what makes the viewer engaged in the ‘experience’ of the map and this is exactly what this new site is all about!
Janice was given the challenge of creating an illustration of the Sinking of the Concordia for Reader’s Digest. This ship sank off the coast of Brazil in February of 2010. All 64 people aboard, students in the West Island College Class Afloat program of Lunenburg, N.S., were rescued.
It seems to be “travel” month at i2i. Alanna Cavanagh created a fashionable view of trips to Paris for Hemispheres Magazine, Ian Phillips supplied these incredible maps of walking tours in 5 cities for Viv Magazine and Tim Zeltner continues to create amazing landscapes for United with art direction from Barrie D’Rozario Murphy.
Alanna Cavanagh’s cover for Hemispheres Magazine
Ian Phillips City Maps for Viv Magazine