MARKETING THE PROCESS

I’ve previously written about my approach to creating infographics. I frequently get asked to design these technical diagrams that help explain a company’s production process. An image can often be the most concise and engaging way to communicate and market what is often a complicated set of industrial procedures. The drawing might require a simple…

THE MOUSE

My five-year old computer mouse recently began to act up. I’ll admit it, I’m a little obsessed with input devices for my computer. Adjusting bezier curves on a detailed infographic with a mouse that momentarily ignores you, only to suddenly skip an inch or two can get old really fast. After blowing, tapping, shaking, and…

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GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE

I created this 3D illustration awhile back for h magazine (agency: Landesberg Design). It appeared in an article about the impact of storm water runoff in urban communities like Philadelphia. The drawing highlights various green initiatives, including permeable parking lots, bioswales, rainwater gardens, stream buffer restoration, rain barrels, and green roofs. Thanks to Kipp Madison…

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THE DIGITAL SKETCH

Illustrators are always looking for ways to improve their workflows. Whether it’s the latest update to their favorite application, a more comfortable chair, or hiding a secret stash of art tools that the kids won’t find (done that), anything that streamlines the creative process will make for a more efficient and profitable business. One of…