Penelope’s Poor Choice
Posted 5 years ago and submitted by Ian Ball | Share link: http://illo.cc/24281

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I was commissioned by the local NHS (National Health Service) to make a short animation about emergency contraception. The problem being that too many people are panicking after they’ve “done the deed” and are turning up at Accident and Emergency departments for the morning after pill. Emergency contraception is freely available from most pharmacies as well as other places like NHS walk-in centres so there’s really no need to go to A&E.

Communications and Marketing Manager for NHS Bristol, Lawrie Jones, said; “We gave Ian a blank canvas, outlined to him our problem and asked him to come up with something ‘creative’. Ian attacked the problem from a unique and innovative perspective, creating a piece of work that was witty, challenging and effective. Working with Ian has been pain-free and we will definitely use him for future campaigns.”



Ian Ball
Illustrator
Bristol, United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0) 7737709982
www.albinal.com/

Ian is an immortal small-town vagrant descended from a line of powerful witches. He also makes animation and illustration so impressive your eyes will implode. He has, ahem, won… Show more.

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Ensuring our website engaged with 16-24 year olds was essential to the success of our campaign. Thankfully we found Ian who had previous experience of designing creative web sites, animations and publicity work aimed at targeting youth markets. His unique artistic style, which has a wide-appeal, allowed us to highlight important road safety messages in an engaging and non authoritive way. We look forward to continue to work with Ian.
— Tom Southerby, Bristol City Council