CAMPAIGNS, LOGO DESIGN, ART DIRECTION, ILLUSTRATION, BRANDING, PHOTOGRAPHY, PRINT, GRAPHIC DESIGN

OBJECTIVE:

To create an iconic campaign identity for Whole Foods Market's participation in the 2015 London Pride parade and street festival.

I was approached by my regional coordinator who asked if I wanted to collaborate with her on this project. Honoured to take on the task, we received our brief but strict criteria: "It's called 'Rooted in Diversity.' Make it funky." We wanted most to maintain an organic feel and arrived on an aesthetic of vector over full image.


To up the organic ante, I decided to hand draw the logotype to achieve a graffiti-like funky mood. We looked towards many rooted vegetables to tie in the campaign name and landed on carrots. Soon enough I was in the produce department picking out rainbow carrots for a photoshoot! I set up the photoshoot and arranged the carrots into chromatic order, shooting the iconic imagery that would be the visual centrepiece of the campaign.

Created by: André Harris, Jr.
ROOTED IN DIVERSITY
Whole Foods Market

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André Harris, Jr. // AH Design, Intl. 2022

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ROOTED IN DIVERSITY
Whole Foods Market

OBJECTIVE:

To create an iconic campaign identity for Whole Foods Market's participation in the 2015 London Pride parade and street festival.

I was approached by my regional coordinator who asked if I wanted to collaborate with her on this project. Honoured to take on the task, we received our brief but strict criteria: "It's called 'Rooted in Diversity.' Make it funky." We wanted most to maintain an organic feel and arrived on an aesthetic of vector over full image.


To up the organic ante, I decided to hand draw the logotype to achieve a graffiti-like funky mood. We looked towards many rooted vegetables to tie in the campaign name and landed on carrots. Soon enough I was in the produce department picking out rainbow carrots for a photoshoot! I set up the photoshoot and arranged the carrots into chromatic order, shooting the iconic imagery that would be the visual centrepiece of the campaign.

Created by: André Harris, Jr.