A portfolio submitted at Behance.net by Erohnovich Roma
Made in creative agency Rodnaya Rech (Leo Burnett Russia).
Creative, art-direction: Erohnovich Roma (whomakeit.com)
Illustrators: Evgeny Parfenov, Sergey Snurnik, Dmitry Narozny, Katya Petrova, Absalyamov, Dronov.
Heres the link to post by Erohnovich Roma
My question is "is flipping and titling the composition could be done for any illustration, is it right? Is is allowed?"
All of this resemblance issue is gathered by Michael Peters,
from this illustration by Klaus Bürgle
from this illustration by Arthur Radebaugh
from this illustration by Günter Radtke
If this was done for Audi, then I imagine they're fine on the copyright front.
If not, then maybe it's an intentional copy, to show that Audi is the perfect design they've stuck it into great designed artworks? Like sticking it into the background of the Mona Lisa or something.
A bit off-topic here, but the last painting is very cool and funny. These guys are drinking and watching TV while the car drives alone! Awesome!
They look too cheerful about being on their way to a dystopian Bladerunner-esque Metropolis with red skies, seriously, what they are drinking might be their daily dose of mandatory sedatives. Waiting for Big Brother to come on on tv.
On Topic, the retro mock-up design seems very much on purpose.
I dont see the issue with it.When we have been creating this calendar we used features, techniques and situations from futuristic illustrations of 20s, 30s, 40s … 80s.
We tried to use different styles and techniques of drawing accentuating epoch, which we have been imitating.
Last edited by JDSart; May 4th, 2011 at 01:33 PM.