Rejected

illustrations

Rejected illustrations

Rejected

illustrations

Rejected

illustrations

Rejected

illustrations

Client: Peakon in-house project

Client: Peakon in-house project

Client: Peakon in-house project

Client: Peakon in-house project

Services: illustration

Environment: in product

Starting out in Peakon as the sole illustrator, I was tasked with finding an illustration style that could work for them. This is one of the versions that didn't make the cut, but I still like how expressive it came to be. In the end this was a nice experiment into diverse character design.

The mobile interface is purely fictional and does not describe in any way the real Peakon app. Neither does the playful UX content.

 

Starting out in Peakon as the sole illustrator, I was tasked with finding an illustration style that could work for them. This is one of the versions that didn't make the cut, but I still like how expressive it came to be. In the end this was a nice experiment into diverse character design.

The mobile interface is purely fictional and does not describe in any way the real Peakon app. Neither does the playful UX content.

 

When I started in this company as the sole illustrator, I was tasked with looking for an illustration style that could work for them. This is one of the versions that didn't make the cut, but I still like how expressive it came to be.

The mobile interface is purely fictional and does not describe in any way the real Peakon app. Neither does the playful UX content.

Company: Peakon

TYPE - inhouse project

PRODUCT - product illustrations

CONTENT - digital illustration

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