The Hardy Boys and THB Disturbance teamed up with The Fair Food Co. to create a sustainable packaging solution that would educate the public about edamame beans as a healthy alternative to junk-food, and serve as an example of sunstainable living. They developed a paper made out of the wasted pods left over once the beans are eaten, and designed a clever take-away box that stores the pods in a separate compartment. A range of corporate identity elements and tuk-tuk graphics were designed to accompany the visual style. All packaging and CI elements were printed with vegetable inks.
Client: The Fair Food Co. (www.edamame.co.za)
Agency: The Hardy Boys / THB Disturbance (http://www.disturbance.co.za/)
Creative Direction: Geoff Paton| Art Direction: Michelle Caley / Hylton Warburton
Illustration: Hylton Warburton (www.hyltonwarburton.co.za) | Design: Hylton Warburton / Ryan Morgan
Copywriter: Peter Boubell
I was invited to participate in a group show organised by Alexander's Band and Lamy Pens at the Sanlam HMC Fair in 2015.
The theme for the exhibition was 'The places and products that shape us' and each artist was supplied with an awesome Lamy fountain pen with which to create their artwork. My piece is a representation of the brands and their respective pay-off lines that I remember from my youth that I came into contact with over the years.
I was asked by The Hardy Boys to do a mural for their Loeries 2015 Afterparty.
The Theme was 'Only In Durban' and the illustration reflects the things that Durban, South Africa is known for.
Agency: THB Disturbance / The Hardy Boys
I was invited by my agent, Alexanders Band, and The Drawing Room Café in Cape Town to take part in an exhibition showcasing all the Alexanders Band artists. The theme of the show is 'Oh, Hello!' and is open at The Drawing Room Cafe for the month of August. This was a one-off print and I've been told its already been sold.
Fast Company commissioned me to do a full page header illustration and spot illustrations for an article in their July/August 2015 issue. The article is about the developing cities in the USA. The illustration depicts the development of buildings, parks, technology overlaid over old and dated buildings.
THB Disturbance created a limited run of screenprinted self-promotional posters.
The posters were sent to agencies across the country. The posters were created to promote our craft capabilites and that we'll shed our blood, sweat and tears crafting award-winning design and illustration so you don't have to.
To showcase the variety of styles we can work in, each of us illustrated a poster representing each word.
WINNER OF A BRONZE LOERIE AT THE 2015 LOERIES AWARDS
Blood - Richard Hart
Sweat - Hylton Warburton
Tears - Greg Darroll
I was commissioned by Zebra & Giraffe to design a logo, emblem, physical album and digital booklet for their 2014 release 'Knuckles'
Photography by Ross Garrett
Event Magazine commissioned me to do the cover illustration for their first issue of their relaunched magazine. The theme of the illustration is 'The Sound Of Silence' which pairs with the main article about the popularity of secret events.
I illustrated a series typographic posters/magazine ads for Fry's, to show how producing vegetarian food is better for the environment and your health. No animals were harmed in the making of this artwork.
Agency: The Hardy Boys / THB Disturbance
I was asked my Jamie Magazine to illustrate some typography for their 50th birthday issue
In 2013, I was asked to take part the Russian Bear 'Urban Expressions' Design Challenge. I was fortunate enough to win the competition. A limited edition run of bottles with my design will be available in early 2014.
I was commissioned to do this design for Mingo Lamberti's Myths & Legends range, which was released December 2013. The artwork was designed in 2010.
More information about the artwork and shirts is available on the Mingo Lamberti website
American metal/hardcore band, Norma Jean, commissioned me to do a band logo and t-shirt design for them. I am a huge fan of the band, and grew up listening to these guys, so , naturally, this has been one of my favourite jobs to date.
Poster for a group exhibition at M. Contemporary in Sydney, Australia.
The exhibition opens on 14 Dec 2013. This piece gives a glimpse into two parallel realities overlaid over each other. The first, a land discovered, occupied by a tall monotonous cityscape taking over the natural habitat, and the second, a land untouched and undiscovered, left in peace to grow free and wild.
I was commissioned by South African band, Zebra & Giraffe, to do a t-shirt design which would be released as part of the launch of their album "The Wisest Ones".
I was commissioned by Essie Letterpress to contribute to their annual letterpressed calendar, Artist's Almanac. I did the illustration for the month of May.
All is printed by an Heidelberg Platen press on Natural Evolution paper
You can buy it HERE
I illustrated and designed an identity, posters, website and container graphics, as well as various POS elements for Tslops, a brand developed by Tsonga shoes. Tslops is job-creating initiative, which provides rural women with the means to run a small business producing shoes for Tslops.
This work was done while working at Modern Museum Communications ©
Illustrated room in Amicollective's Illville Hotel, an online hotel for the foul and devious. You can find this mad scientist in Room 18B
Various work done for The Space, a South African designer fashion store while working at Modern Museum.
Durban Is Yours did an interview with me, so I decided to do an illustration for them to go with the interview. Check out the interview here: http://durbanisyours.co.za/2012/05/hylton-warburton/