Dubbed 'A Gin of Ten Journeys', the campaign explores the depth behind each of the ten sustainably sourced ingredients that are "vapour infused" to create the gin – such as coriander, almonds, lemon and liquorice.
Jelly London's animation studio The Kitchen and Mariana worked together with the agency to build a world of natural and organic beauty that springs out from behind the blue bottle, as seen in the animation above.
The campaign has been rolled out across print and digital Bombay Sapphire assets throughout the UK and Europe.
We've been big fans of Mariana since discovering her work in our list of 2017’s best up-and-coming illustrators.
Mariana's style is based on deconstructing things, often nature, and reassembling them into new intricate patterns and symmetry.
She uses a combination of pencil, ink, watercolour, digital manipulation and colouring and sometimes photography. She worked as a graphic designer in Portugal before moving to London to become a full-time illustrator.
Mariana has most recently created illustrations for Hollie Newton's debut book How to Grow with a collection of similar botanical illustrations. Her other clients include Crabtree & Evelyn, Work Club for Original Source, Baku and Vogue Japan.