Just published! A beautiful book by Miyoko Schinner chocked full of beautiful imagery by Eva Kolenko featuring nothing but plant-based recipes, published by Ten Speed Press. Yum!! Food Styling: Emily Caneer | Props: Claire Mack | Art Direction: Betsy Stromberg | Design: Isabelle Giofreddi.
Arnott’s Tim Tam needed photo real process shots showing builds of their new flavors in the Crafted Collection, and Cream Electric Art nailed it beautifully. Agency: Publicis Group’s the Neighborhood | CD: Michael Barnfield | Creative Team: Ben De Werk & Ben Ware | Integrated Producer: Corinne Heffernen | Music: Song Zu
Celebrity food blogger Dzung Lewis recently worked with Eva Kolenko to shoot the Honeysuckle Cookbook, a collection of 100 Vietnamese inspired recipes for busy families which was just published. YUM! Credits: Food Styling: Ryan Reineck | Prop Styling: Claire Mack. Here are a few of our favorites:
Alesha Curry, pop culture celebrity and wife of NBA star Stephen Curry, recently published her 2nd cookbook titled, “The Full Plate”, and brought Eva and her team in to make it a reality. The book’s subtitle reads, “Flavor filled, easy recipes for families with no time and lots to do”, which says it all. Here are a few faves from the 125 images that were delivered. Credits: Food Styling: Vivian Liu | Props Styling: Claire Mack
Melbourne agency The Monkeys brought Cream Electric Art in to create a realistic CGI key fob/padlock animation for a TV public service spot notifying Australians about new regulations around faulty Takata airbags and encouraging them to get theirs replaced.
We were happy to get the call for another edition of Food Fanatics Magazine, as we love collaborating with the creative team behind the quarterly corporate publication for U.S. Foods, and Eva Kolenko gets to shoot all of the editorial imagery in the book. Here’s a selection from the Summer edition. Credits: CD: Joline Rivera | Designer: Whitney Larsen | Food Stylist: Adam Pearson | Props: Amy Paliwoda
The JPD Agency asked CEA to create these lively CGI flavor bursts for a campaign supporting three of Coca-Cola Amatil’s Kirks products for the Australian summer market. Check out the fun before-after gifs for a peek behind the scenes!
Creative agency R/GA asked Cream Electric Art to create animations featuring flying ingredient flavor cues for a new line of healthy of snack chips prior to their Global launch. The ask allowed CEA to apply the photogrammetry technique that they’ve been developing, where actual ingredients are photographed, then brought into 3D programming and re-lit, textured and animated along with the CGI packaging and frame mnemonic device. While the final pieces are photo-real, they are 100% digital, something that would have been cost prohibitive, if not impossible, through conventional means. Here is a compilation of the US products:
Wunderman Thompson - Melbourne asked Cream Electric Art for something that couldn’t be done in reality: capture a flying filet of tuna with spice ingredients in a controllable way, and make them converge into a tin can of the product, and make it all look photo-real. CEA created the foreground elements, the product tins and the ingredients in CG, used liquid simulations for the oil, shot the background and composited all for a TV spot, digital OOH, print and social campaign for John West. Credits: Integrated Producer: Katherine Muir | Sr. TV Producer: Zalee Saydam | Sr. Art Director: Simon Fleming | CD of Contect: Brie Stewart.
United Airlines rolled out a new campaign via announcing the new Dreamliner service from Australia to the US via a “Dreamers Welcome” hook and video and print content featuring surreal dreamscapes of tourist highlights from America. Cream Electric Art handled all of the compositing & retouching.