January 03, 2012 12:57 PM
When Scholastic was in need of a Lego-approved illustrator for the latest in their series of Lego children's books, they just turned to longtime Scholastic artist Kenny Kiernan! "Having worked on many Lego Club magazine covers in the past, I knew that Lego is very picky about getting the technical look and proportions just right for their minifigures, vehicles and structures," says KennyK. His fluency in creating vector art in Adobe Illustrator was key in achieving the requested style; Bold, fun and buoyant, but with very slick and clean technical linework, and alternating thick-and-thin line weights.
December 07, 2011 01:51 PM
The Price Chopper supermarket chain needed a fun, high-energy rendering of a contemporary American family on the move - and chose Kenny Kiernan to create these highly animated characters for their rockin' "Snax To Go" in-store displays!
November 11, 2011 11:50 AM
For Walmart's recent Star Wars saga Blu-Ray re-release/Pringles promotion, they came to Kenny Kiernan to render the iconic sci-fi characters in a new and accessible comic book/animated style for all their print ads and floor displays. "They didn't want to use photography for the characters, but didn't want it to look like the new Clone Wars series art either; we developed a fun and cool look for the characters that fits right in with the Star Wars universe," says KennyK.
August 09, 2011 02:34 PM
For their “Bigger Bucks” annual salary survey issue cover and interior spread, my pals at Redmond Magazine needed a cartoon 7-point Buck flashing a big wad of cash and I was happy to help out - fun stuff!
February 13, 2011 01:33 PM
Check out the new KennyK sugar-rush kid artwork for Gummi Bear-Rings, just released in Europe and here in the US! Fired up that these have finally come out - c’mon, you know Gummi Bears are awesome - get some!