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Picture puzzles, maps, layouts, watercolor paintings or cartoons – multiple award-winning illustrator INGO c/o ART ACT is now a new artist at the Munich-based agency

New at ART ACT is illustrator INGO Fast – in the business for 20 years and honored with multiple awards. “I create conceptual illustrations, icons, spots, large drawings, and covers, for magazines, newspapers, books, brochures, ad campaigns, websites, and apps.” He has already illustrated for clients such as The New York Times, TIME, Sports Illustrated, Forbes, Fortune, American Express, UBS, Coca-Cola, McDonald’s, Bayer, Avis, United Airlines, Petronas, IBM, Deloitte, Pentagram, Penguin, Harvard, M.I.T., MTA Arts for Transit, and the Museum of Modern Art. More by Ingo is available via ART ACT.
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31 Days, 31 Drawings – just pick up a pen and start drawing. INKTOBER invites to an illustration challenge, and Mickael MERLEY c/o ART ACT creates a new can every day

Every October, artists all over the world take the Inktober drawing challenge by doing one ink drawing each day for the entire month…  The challenge initiated by Jake Parker was joined by French illustrator Mickael MERLEY c/o ART ACT and presents various designs of beer cans as part of the Inktober project. More from Mickael is available via ART ACT.
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Bonbons in individually printed wrapping paper – JUNG SWEETS with an eye-catching motif by 3D artist Ralf KUNSTMANN c/o ART ACT

First experiments to get to the bottom of the sweet secret behind making bonbons were conducted by JUNG as early as 1828. What began back then with the manufacture of confectionaries by a small business soon developed to become an enterprise with a broad and innovative assortment. Today, JUNG is among the leading suppliers of promotional sweets throughout Europe. For the latest catalogue, Ralf KUNSTMANN c/o ART ACT delivered Photoshop work for the candymaker.

Illustration, 3D visualization and retouching are among the strong suits of Ralf Kunstmann. “Over time, I have transitioned from classic, analogue painting techniques gradually to digital media. Knowing how to create photos in a traditional way has served as the basis and the quality standard for my digital works.” See more from Ralf via ART ACT.
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