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Dan Woodger's McDonalds tray mat illustration

Gavin Lucas

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Illustrator Dan Woodger is no stranger to burger-related commissions. London burger fans may recognise his style from work done for London street food burger don, Burger Bear. Well now Woodger's talents have been utilised by the biggest burger brand of all, McDonalds. McDonalds Japan, to be precise...

"I was commissioned by TBWA Japan & Agent Hamyak to illustrate a tray mat for McDonald's Japan to celebrate summer and promote the sweet treats range," Woodger explains. 

The detail in the piece is awesome - here are some crops to show different areas of the illustrated mat design:

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Read more about / see more images of the work on Woodger's site and also on It's Nice That.

danwoodger.com


Big mouth big burger print

Gavin Lucas

Purveyor of rare, exotic sounds and lovingly reproduced retro goodies, Jonny Trunk is the owner of a pristine and very rare point-of-sale cardboard cut-out of Muhammed Ali eating a burger. Which, naturally, he loves very much.

However, being the Very Good Egg that he is, Jonny didn't want to keep all that rare famous-person-eating-a-burger joy to himself. No siree. He's very kindly super-duper high res scanned said pristine cardboard cut-out and made an actual size (A3) Giclée print on hand cut Hahnemuhle Photorag 308gsm archival art paper of the artwork (in an edition of just 25) which he's selling for £40 a pop. 

Needless to say I've bagged one - they're selling like er, hot burgers - so if you want one - buy one now HERE.


Burgerac feature in Creative Review

Gavin Lucas

Getting a mail from Creative Review magazine asking to interview me for a feature was a total surprise – and a total delight! Those that know me will be aware that I spent many-a-year (over ten) in CR's editorial team under the nurturing mentorship of editor Patrick Burgoyne. When I left in 2013 it wasn't because I'd fallen out of love with all that CR does but rather because I felt inadequate in a relentless world of journalism that had changed beyond recognition in the 12 years I'd been a journalist. I'd got to a point where I knew that what made me tick was collaborating on long form projects – like writing or editing books, or working with illustrators to conjure up and create products. I suppose my decision to leave came down to a desire to be doing the kind of creative projects that might actually be of interest to CR's editorial team – rather than one of the guys writing about them. 

So, yes, Creative Review's March 2017 "Food Issue" features an 8-page piece on me and my various burger-filled adventures since starting up this here blog back in 2011. Needless to say, I'm super-chuffed, not least because the piece serves as a great showcase for some of the work created for / with me by a host of brilliant collaborators, namely illustrators Jon Boam, Rob Flowers and Damian Weighill; design duo Crispin Finn; app publisher Blue Crow Media, and publisher Nobrow.

The cherry on the cake is that Rob Flowers' artwork for my latest food venture, Sonic Sandwich, has been appropriated by CR for the issue's front cover - a great honour!

More info about CR's Food Issue can be found here

More info about Sonic Sandwich can be found at sonicsandwich.co.