Thursday, November 22, 2007

Kellogg School of Management (pt 1)

Well, as I mentioned in a previous post, I've been busy busy busy lately, both with illustration assignments and with trying to write and draw some new comics. These two illos are part of the illustration assignment category. They were part of a campaign of 6 images drawn for the Kellogg School of Management which, shockingly, has nothing to do with corn flakes but everything to do with turning out top economic wizards. They were produced for the DDB & Downtown Partners agencies, based in Chicago, and art-directed by the exceptionally-easy-to-get-along-with Scott Drey (I call him Dr. Dre, but I'm geeky like that).

Anyway, I'll try and post a few more drawings from this assignment a little later, but for now you can see what kind of work I've been up while I was away from my blog!


Mike Thompson said...

Hey, Mike. These are great!

Rich Dannys said...

These are damn cool, dude!

Hey, I eat my Corn Flakes every morning.. How can I get in on some of these Kellog's Advertising dollars?!
ha ha

It's nice to be busy, isn't it?

Michael Cho said...

Mike: thanks, Mike. Nice of you to stop by and comment.

Rich: haha! Yeah, its nice to be busy all the time, but its a double-edged sword -- I always want more downtime to work on my own projects.

Kim Larsen said...

Hello -

I would like to invite you to join in on a little portrait-drawing-fun ... please drop by here:

The site is just starting out, but it's looking promising already, I think!

Kim Larsen

Honolulu Dogfight said...

Fantastic stuff as usual. If I have to pick a favorite, it's the last one with the building.

Will Kane said...

I just saw these on the CNN website. I thought "Hey, those look just like Michael Cho!"