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The New York Times

How to Have a More Enjoyable Commute

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Dan Woodger was asked to create a series of illustrations and a gif for the article, 'How to Have a More Enjoyable Commute' in The New York Times' Smarter Living Guide.

Dan Woodger

Dan Woodger

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Jelly London

illustration of Humorous illustration of four leaf clover for St Patrick's Day
illustration of Editorial piece for The Hollywood Reporter exploring competitive eating and the training involved.
illustration of SUMMER’S ARRIVED which means the next few months are jam-packed with excuses to leave the office.

To celebrate the sweet season and the need to switch on your Out of Office responder and gloat on your social posts and Whatsapps, Jelly teamed up with our artists including Dan Woodger to create a set of tailor-made out of office sign offs in the form of GIFs animated by KITCHEN to help do the talking for you.
illustration of Dan Woodger was asked to create a series of illustrations and a gif for the article, 'How to Have a More Enjoyable Commute' in The New York Times' Smarter Living Guide.
animation of An original short to mark an opening event for Samsung in Taiwan by Dan Woodger.

Working with Leo Burnett Taiwan, Dan wrote, directed and animated this wonderful short animation celebrating the city of Taipei which would then open the Nuit Blanche Animation festival as part of a multi-faceted marketing collaboration with Samsung.
animation of Animated show opener for the 17th Annual Webby Awards in NYC.
animation of Dan Woodger's emoji illustrations for the campaign have been brought to life in this brilliant animation.
illustration of Dan Woodger was commissioned by TBWA Japan to illustrate a tray mat for McDonald’s Japan to celebrate summer and promote the sweet treats range.
illustration of Editorial illustration for the New York Times about how Western food is increasing in popularity in Japan and threatening the future of local cuisine.
illustration of Opener for Seattle Met Magazine predicting the future use of driverless cars in Seattle.

Profile

Dan Woodger grew up watching The Simpsons and day dreaming about making a living from doing what he loves – drawing. Fast forward and his client list now proves that’s possible, with the likes of Google, Pepsi, The New York Times, The Washington Post and Netflix having all worked with Dan. Studying illustration at Brighton University and now living in London, Dan’s illustrations are made from a cast of colourful and playful characters in a style like no other. Projects with McDonalds and Samsung have seen him travel the globe to Japan and Taiwan respectively. His next move is making his work come to life with animation.

Style/Techniques

Animation, Cartoon, Design, Digital, Figurative, Graphic, Line with Color, Concept Art

Subject/Specialties

Humor, Adventure, Animals, Character Development, Children, Editorial, Food, Holidays, Product, Sports, Technology, Transportation, Travel, Food/Beverage, Lifestyle, Urban, Branding