Not Nice from A Large Evil Corporation

Popped cherries, humongous melons, giant nut sacks and smoked joints on Mike Meyer's showcards for Coy!

Hand-painted lettering that reads 'popped cherries'.
'Popped Cherries' by Mike Meyer for Coy! Communications.

Not Nice is the first promotional magazine produced by Coy! Communications for the (real) animation company A Large Evil Corporation, and their (fictitious) subsidiary, Evil Farms. It features a stack of tongue-in-cheek and innuendo-filled pages which were launched alongside an exhibition of photography and prints, all directed by Coy’s Mark Denton Esq.

The story is now available as a short film

We were invited along to one of the photo shoots to create a series of showcards for Evil Farms’ new supermarket, promoting everything from humongous melons to popped cherries. Mike Meyer took the brief and ran with it across a fun-packed day in the studio. Thank you to Coy! for getting us involved!

Showcard selection
More humour a la Mark Denton and Coy! Communications.
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Popped Cherries
Popped Cherries