Golf Digest has become a very regular job, and I never get tired of it. I think it has something to do with all that green. This column was about how to pick the perfect club for your game. For the final I wanted to try playing off the golf instructional diagrams – simple, fixed-width line, very basic shapes, flat color. I think it worked nicely with the content of the image:
Here are some of the other ideas I sent:
Here is a batch of icons I did last month for AARP for repeat use with their web content. They had to be simple, immediate reads and generic enough that they could work over and over.
Things move pretty quickly over LA Magazine. I did a fast turnaround on these little office exercises for my first assignment with them:
And here is the Science Times spot from last week. It was about how China’s one-child policy has created children who are anxious, untrusting and risk-averse.
You can read more about this and all the Science Times illustrations at Drawing Science. Thanks to Doug, Dian, Steve and Peter!