As well as drawing cartoons for comic strips, books and single panels, I illustrate all sorts of things, including magazines, advertisements, greeting cards and educational leaflets.
You can download a pdf of my illustration portfolio by right clicking this link: Hallatt-Illustration.pdf
National Health Service
I was commissioned to illustrate pre-natal, post-natal and early childhood educational leaflets for the NHS. They were widely distributed in the UK (I found this out when my sister called – she had the pleasure of seeing them when she was expecting.).
I worked with Swell Design on a kids’ activity book for Canberra Airport. The book included puzzles, colouring-in pages and other illustrations.
Hewlett Packard Asia were a nice bunch of people to work with. I did a quick and dirty animation of office life, which they were going to use in an extensive online advertising campaign until they discovered that it didn’t fit in with the global corporate image.
Museum of London
ScreamOutLoud in Brighton, UK produced some interactive games for children for the Museum of London and I provided a lot of the vector illustrations, drawn in Flash.
I regularly provide spot illustrations and add cartoons to the puzzle pages in CSIRO’s science magazines for children.
I have provided greeting card art and writing for Clinton Cards. My more recent work is for people I know.
Edutech are a training company based in New Zealand. I’ve done a lot of work with them and I can’t remember what these illustrations were for, only that they featured geeks, sales people and chickens.