I keep saying I’m going to post new work more regularly, and I keep failing pretty miserably. But, enough is enough, it all ends right now. Mark my words: Never again will I say I’m going to post more regularly! There, that’s that.
This full-page for Adweek was one of the more conceptually challenging assignments I’ve tackled in a while. I went through countless sketches trying to find the ideal way to show ’cause marketing in social gaming’ (between you and me, I’m not sure I ever got there, but I think it turned out to be a nice package anyway):
This opener for Sierra Magazine (the Sierra Club) about the public backlash to the new digital “smart” utility meters:
Here is just one rejected sketch that I wanted to make some room on the shelf for:
This spot for Golf Digest was about how to “sniff out” some additional yards in your drive (your driver is also known as “the big dog”):
Here are three little spots for New Jersey Monthly’s Best of New Jersey issue (I never say no to my hometown mag):
This spot for the New York Observer’s Scooter title was about parents who worry about their “Google trail”:
Here is an opener for American Medical News about how doctors get into trouble when borrowing money:
Here it is on the page:
And here are the rejects, though I may try to use these somewhere down the line…
Here are the past two weeks of On the Road in the NYTimes Biz Day. With these two I crossed the 10 year mark illustrating this column and next week I’ll be posting a look back at a decade of these spots. The first one was about the randomness of hotel and airline pricing followed by new ways to track expenses on the road:
Finally, lots of new posts on Drawing Science, if you want to have a visit. Here are two of my favorites from the past month of Science Times – Spectators experience heightened motor activity in the brain while watching a dance performance; bowerbirds cultivate plants with ornamental fruits to decorate their mating nest:
The latter made an appearance on Live with Kelly this past Tuesday as a matter of fact:
Thanks to all the great ADs who worked with me on these – Peter, Joe and Phyllis, Jennifer, Scott, Greg, Doug, Tracy and Nick!