Helen Musselwhite (opens in new tab) is an illustrator based in Manchester in the UK. A creative with a particular knack for paper art (opens in new tab), she's previously worked with The National Theatre, Nokia and Stella McCartney. So, it comes as no surprise that fast food chain McDonald's snapped her up for their upcoming print campaign.
Helen worked with legendary advertising agency Leo Burnett (opens in new tab) to create this awe-inspiring paper illustration. The design is based around McDonald's upcoming collaboration with DK Books in conjunction with their Happy Meals.
The campaign is yet to be released to the public, so there isn't too much information about Helen's inspirations or process. We can state, though, that it's one of the most stunning print campaigns we've ever come across - and this is only the first image!
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