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Winning

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Bized Magazine called with a series of illustrations for various articles. One story talked about a common misconception in the Health regarding a Government driven health care system versus a market driving system. You would think a market system would … Continue reading

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Heavy is the head

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Goodness Okoro from 2Communique called with an assignment for Bized Magazine titled, “Hierarchy, High Pressure, and Risk”. The article asked if pressure is on, does a hierarchy help or hurt. Research was done with Himalayan expeditions and found the groups … Continue reading

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Losing your mind

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One of the best things about being an illustrator is having the opportunity to work on stories which you have been following in the news. One such story is the disturbing trend of US companies reducing research and development. The … Continue reading

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The eyes have it

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Besides new beginnings, the New Year also means the scrambling to organize records from the previous year. Dan Smith called while I was in Hong Kong with a quick assignment about new auditing rules for corporations. Transparency was a metaphor … Continue reading

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You better bring it.

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Art Director Dan Smith for the Wall St Journal is the first person to assign me a project by tweet.  After returning from an exhilarating week in Portland at a biennial illustration conference known as ICON8, I tweeted about feeling pressure … Continue reading

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Always the bridesmaid

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Dan Smith from the Wall St Journal called with an assignment about companies getting on board with big data. Seems like they see other companies using big data and they are scrambling to get on board so they won’t be … Continue reading

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Time never waits

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It’s been a pleasure working with the CFA institute on various projects and covers for their regular magazine. Even more fun has been working with Communication Design in Richmond. My former professor, Robert Meganck is one of the principles so … Continue reading

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Easy come easy go

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One of my favorite things to draw in grade school was a factory making Easter eggs. It had conveyor belts, gears and tiny workers painting and stacking eggs. Variations of the factory would be drawn every year during the spring. … Continue reading

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Show me the money

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My last few projects suggest why Romney has been criticized for reluctance to show tax returns. He may be the victim of bad timing. There is a movement towards more transparency in companies and organizations. The trend seems to be … Continue reading

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Always the bridesmaid

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Some things never mix. Orange juice after brushing your teeth comes to my mind. It seems the goals of government and business are always in conflict with the pendulum swinging from one side to another.  This two part illustration for … Continue reading

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Judgement day

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It can be overwhelming with new products and ideas flooding us each day. Kickstarter makes it even more intense with endless people asking for seed money from the public. I’m always curious about what works and doesn’t work on Kickstarter. … Continue reading

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Pants on fire

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The ironic thing about the corporations are people debate is this how I approach many of my projects. It is easier to imagine companies as a character to communicate ideas. This illustration for PlanSponsor Magazine played on a very human … Continue reading

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Bring it on

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A director and I have been thinking about doing an instructional animation with the zeitgeist of animation from the 50’s and 60’s. By coincidence, Dan Smith from the Wall Street Journal called for an illustration about inventories predicting the health … Continue reading

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Shake rattle and roll

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The word of the moment seems to be crowd. Whether it’s crowd funding or crowd sourcing, everybody wants to join or access a crowd. Illustration for Alchemy Magazine about the trend for companies to bypass the major institutions in favor … Continue reading

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Evil is as evil does

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Don’t be evil seems like a simple goal. Apparently it becomes harder when you’re a tech company and your goal is world domination. Art Director Minh Uong threw out the idea a robot could be a great metaphor for the … Continue reading

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