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I’ve been drawing animals, lots of animals.
I was recently given one of the most amazing illustration gigs I’ve ever ha via The Jacky Winter Group and 21.19. I was asked to create a series of illustrations for a performance of ‘The Carnival of the Animals’ (Camille Saint-Saens) at the Melbourne Recital Centre on Saturday 19th of January 2013. My illustrations and characters were given the gift of movement by the brilliant animators at 21.19 and the animation will play alongside the orchestra, there will also be a narration including the words of Australian playwright Nick Enright. See below for a sneak peek;-
Available now at Grove Made!
PS(It’s $20 off for two weeks!)
::The gocco kids line up to sing for their idol:: ©Andrea Innocent, 2012
::Koala Girl:: ©Andrea Innocent, 2012
::Don’t make fun of me just ’cause I’m different:: ©Andrea Innocent, 2012
::Miss Starey:: ©Andrea Innocent, 2012
::The Pencil Archer:: ©Andrea Innocent, 2012
::The Children:: ©Andrea Innocent, 2012
::Just wanna be your teddy bear:: ©Andrea Innocent, 2012
::I’ve had goggies on my mind:: ©Andrea Innocent, 2012
::The Spirit Animal Duplicator:: ©Andrea Innocent, 2012
‘It was so surprising to me that no one else had noticed the hideout before I discovered it that morning, so many people had walked by on their way to work and school.
What first caught my eye was the bright red colour of the pencil, which was extremely sharp and pointing right at me, it was then I suddenly realized
it was being held by a tiny archer in a hand made bow…’
Andrea Innocent 2012
Eeeeek! So exciting! My work featured as part of the Jacky Winter promo for ‘Flutter’.
Thanks go to Jeremy and Dom too for all their hard work putting it together…
If you’re in the city you should drop on by the Hill of Content bookshop and have a look at the window. A group of us from Illustrators Australia have each created a light box style four frame animation for the State of Design Festival. Have a look here to find other stores participating in the Look. Stop. Shop. part of the festival. You can even vote for your favourite shop window… I’m just saying;-).
The technical side of the light boxes were rigged up by Kit Stop.
The works above are ‘Kumi vs. Mina’, ‘Suki vs. Reiko’ and ‘Chibiko vs. Akemi’.
Six new biro and pencil drawings for Amalgamation will be on show at Compound Gallery in Portland, Oregon.
Showing alongside new work by Ryan Berkley, Aj Power, Bradley Delay, Eveline Tarunadjaja, Jaime Zollars, Kristopher Pollard and
Opening this coming Thursday July 7th!