Akta-Vite koala character illustration
Posted 6 years ago and submitted by Elise Martinson | Share link: http://illo.cc/49801

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Akta-Vite is an Australian made nutritious chocolate food drink which has been on Australian shelves since 1943. Looking to invigorate their vintage label with bright and modern graphics, they approached me with a brief for a koala character illustration to feature on their labels. Initially the koala also had a very vintage feel but eventually evolved through the feedback process into something modern with an organic, textured feeling.

The feedback process was really helpful and I enjoyed aligning the goals of the team at Akta-Vite with the feedback I received from the very experienced illustrators at the Watermark studio.

The new labels will be rolling out in the coming months, can’t wait to see them!

Also in other news, I finally updated my HAI portfolio to reflect all the new illustrations I usually post in news and forget to copy across Please take a look.

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Elise Martinson
Illustrator
Kogarah, Australia
Tel: +61 400731002
www.elisemartinson.com

I am an adaptive and versatile creative with the ability to excel at many tasks and styles. I specialise in illustration and the majority of my work has been for FMCG. I also licen… Show more.

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Member since 1st May, 2012
Awards
Black Swan Art Prize finalist, 2010 KokoBlack Drawing Prize finalist, 2011 Stamp Design People's Choice Award, 2012 SWATCH TTR Art Rules Competition Finalist
Clients
Lindt & Sprungli, The Perth Mint, Coles, Cougar, Woolworths, Tiger, Brown Brothers, Capilano,
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Elise was an absolute joy to work with, professional and intuitive the whole way through, and she deserves so much thanks and praise for everything she has done behind the scenes to help us with our business branding. Can't praise her highly enough!!
— Martin Hamilton, The Devil's Own Ice Creamery Identity - 2019