This weekend I worked on an illustration to accompany an article in Brooklyn Magazine, 14 (Real) Songs of the Summer: What Brooklyn is Really Listening To. The author spent a day walking around Prospect Park. When passing people who were playing music out loud, he asked them what the song was. It resulted in a very Prospect Park-ian playlist, with some surprising songs in there (from Teitur to Konshens?)! I had a lot of fun working on this – I live 2 blocks from Prospect Park, and I LOVE making and listening to playlists.
Here is another illustration I created for Celgene’s newsroom. The article, “Recognizing the Long-Term Value of Good Cancer Care”, focuses on how patients tend to focus too much on the cost of the medicine, rather than the savings that can be made in the long term if you get the more costly treatment now.
Excited to see my illustration on the Newsroom page of Celgene, a company that produced medicine and treatments for cancer patients. Here is the link to the article (the colors of the illustration have been slightly tweaked after I submitted the illustration to them): http://www.celgene.com/understanding-true-value-myeloma-therapies/
Anheuser Busch recently celebrated a 110 year anniversary of their partnership with the American Red Cross. I was asked to create an infographic / timeline outlining their relationship. Below is what I came up with. I took inspiration from 1920’s graphic design, and used historical photos from AB’s archives.
Here is a link to the post on Anheuser Busch’s newsroom: http://newsroom.anheuser-busch.com/red-cross-donation-2016/
Below are a couple of illustrations I made of Hellman’s Organic jars. I didn’t try all the flavors, but roasted garlic mayo sounds pretty good!
This is a rough draft of a cover design I made for an internal report at GroupM, following the new brand guidelines I helped develop in the summer of 2015. The idea was to create a metaphor of predicting media and business trends. Here it takes the shape in shining a spotlight on a point of intersection of trajectories in a complex large web of directions.
I have some issues with this design still, but I’m happy how the metaphor turned out!