Neiman Marcus asked Alli Arnold to illustrate their special gift for NM InCircle members: a leather Graphic Image datebook featuring Alli's interpretations of great fashion moments in Neiman Marcus' 100 year history.
Did you forget the card? Tiffany & Co. didn't. Tiffany & Co. had the fantastic idea to give out cards and crayons to keep their littlest shoppers busy while Dad looked for that something special for Mother's Day. This personalized card would then be given with the gift, colored by the kids. This idea was so popular that Tiffany & Co. asks Alli to create coloring cards for them for every holiday, anniversary, and any day of the week. In true Tiffany & Co. style, the cards are printed on heavy, creamy, luxurious stock.
In 2013, Tiffany & Co. collaborated with Alli on an animated advent calendar for their social media pages. Alli used her signature characters in quintessential New York settings, all accented by sparkling Tiffany & Co. jewelry that any girl would love to find under the tree.
Bergdorf Goodman came to Alli Arnold to bring their redesigned "Little BG" children's catalog to life. Working on set with a photographer and prop stylist, Alli imagined, drew, cut out and dressed these little models on the spot to create three catalogs and many ads for the legendary department store.
Barney's New York
In 2000, Alli Arnold was asked by Simon Doonan to create what would become the new iconic logo for Barney's New York Baby. Since it's inception, this little lion has been gifted to stylish babies around the world in the form of onesies. blankets, bibs and more.
Barney's New York Baby Logo
Target had an idea for a baby gift card that would light up, and they came to Alli to design this sweet little card. Alli drew one of her signature babies and Alli Bear sleeping peacefully under the stars. When you press the crescent moon, the stars light up. Alli also designed and illustrated the folder around the gift card.
Another challenge that Target approached Alli with was how to promote their summer concert series to their staff at their headquarters in Minneapolis. Alli created these charming Post-It inspired announcements reminding staffers to get out of the office and have a little fun.
New York City Fashion District
In 2007 Alli was approached by the Fashion District of New York City to create a series of banners representing all the different types of people who live and work in this uniquely creative neighborhood. There were over 300 banners from 34th Street to 42nd Street depicting models, actors, IT professionals, art students, businesspeople, waiters and designers. This banner program was to be hung for one season, but Alli's characters were so popular that the Fashion District requested to have them stay up for three years.
Black and White
The heart and soul of an Alli Arnold illustration begins with a black line. Perpetually inspired by line drawing icons Saul Steinberg, Shel Silverstein and Edward Gorey, Alli strives to create the maximum emotional impact with the economy of a simple line.