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Versatile artwork that combines upbeat colors and inviting designs, contemporary concepts and a handmade touch— on-target Illustrations for publishing, corporate, advertising, and product licensing projects worldwide.
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Illustration Series Points Towards Key Business Elements
I’ve had the honor of creating four illustrations for Japan’s QOL Co. Ltd. 2012 Annual Report, or Guidebook, as they refer to it.
Parts of each of the illustrations appear on the cover.
Each image highlights an aspect of the company’s business, from its pharmacy services and supporting computer network to educational programs and publishing.
Fantastic working with KF Design, who wonderfully integrated individual corporate stories with photos and art. A big thanks to them, A2 Media and QOL.
Body Language Illustration for Stanford Graduate School of Business Magazine
Sometimes the best part of being an illustrator is getting to read the articles that my artwork accompanies.
Interesting piece in the Spring 2012 issue of the Stanford Graduate School of Business magazine describing the effects of body language. “Physical attributes and nonverbal cues both matter. People decide if you are competent in less than 100 milliseconds.” Nice insights about non-verbal communication and the role it plays in our interactions. Check it out.
Great to be able to contribute to this article — and to learn a little something in the process! Thanks to the folks at the GSB.
This past month I’ve moved studio (and home) from coastal island life in the Pacific Northwest (or Southwestern Canada, depending on one’s viewpoint) to the Great Lakes region.
Making a cross-country move provided a perfect opportunity to travel in style. So we boarded The Canadian, VIA Rail’s 4-day passenger train journey from Vancouver to Toronto.
Sleeper car cabins, dining car meals and dome car views made this a very memorable long-distance move (including time to doodle a bit).
The new studio is set up and back to business as usual, now located an hour west of Toronto (in Guelph, Ontario). Away from work at the drawing desk I’ve so far managed to find a barber, a bike shop, and a seat at a Blue Jays baseball game– vital elements in a new home town!
The new studio phone number is 519-836-5647 and my email remains firstname.lastname@example.org.
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