Find singer-songwriter George Ezra in Rod Hunt’s crazy detailed illustration
A sight for sore eyes
It was back in the late 1980s that kids and adults alike lapped up the creative, funny and challenging illustrative book called Where’s Wally? Originally created by English illustrator Martin Handford, Where’s Wally‘s main character Wally (also known as Waldo) – along with other recurring characters donning his signature red, white and blue colours – fast became a pop culture icon, especially for those who had a knack for being observant and taste for fine illustrative details.
Today, award-winning London-based illustrator and artist Rod Hunt continues and expands on the legacy of Handford’s fun creation. Having published the best-selling Where’s Stig? books based on BBC’s hit television show Top Gear, Hunt has brought back this childhood nostalgia unto numerous variations of this timeless concept.
His latest work – an interactive online game Where’s Ezra – was commissioned by Columbia Records for the English singer-songwriter George Ezra. Known for his deep vocals, the young folk singer rose to prominence with his hit single ‘Budapest,’ with an enviable music video for his single ‘Listen to the Man,’ featuring Hollywood icon Ian McKellen.
Where’s Ezra also lets you search for characters from the artwork of Ezra’s debut album Wanted on Voyage and his music videos. So if you like searching for a good number of Easter Eggs, or if you simply appreciate the immense amount of detail that goes into this illustration, take a look at the game here.
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