By day Alex Fuller can be found plying his trade at the Leo Burnett Dept. of Design creating elegant solutions to commercial design problems and producing a variety of in-house material. By afternoon/evening he’s one of seven partners at The Post Family studio. By night he can be found creating illustrations for yet another outfit; Illustrtation Corporation. At other times (in those few spare hours before dawn perhaps) he’s the co-founder of 5×7 publishing and rumour has it he still finds time to play guitar, ride bikes and eat steak.
How this man even finds time to breathe is beyond us but whatever his secret, he’s got an undeniable talent for creating visual communication in all sorts of shapes and sizes. Here for your delectation is just one of many stunning projects available to peruse on his site – a self-initiated promotional project for Leo Burnett that explores the theme of heat. It’s an absolute sizzler of a publication, but we still recommend you check out Alex’s site to learn more of this talented man.
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