In the near future, brainwave-controlled motorized prosthetic arms will replace antiquated hooks and restore people’s natural mobility. For Wired magazine. Leo Jung, art director.
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I’d like to wish everyone happy holidays and all the best of the season. I feel very fortunate to have worked with so many amazing people on so many groundbreaking projects in 2010, and I look forward to what 2011 may bring. I’d also like to announce that I’ve relocated from drizzly Vancouver, British Columbia [...]
For their July/August 2010 issue, AARP The Magazine contacted me again to create an infographic for their AARP & You survey. That month’s survey was about informal volunteering; donating one’s time outside of an organization or association. Unfortunately, the dataset was rather slim. It consisted of two points that indicated an increase in popularity of informal [...]
I’ve always been into music but only recently picked up a guitar and started to learn to play. I had seen guitar tablature (or “tabs”) before, but only knew it as some sort of esoteric shorthand musical notation encoded in monospaced gibberish; a specialized language for people who had studied music and practiced guitar to [...]
I recently had the pleasure of working under the exceptional art direction of Ryan Reynolds from MSDS on Electrification Roadmap. This report is a vision for an electric transportation sector and nationwide supergrid, published by the Electrification Coalition, a not-for-profit group seeking to affect energy policy to reduce economic, environmental and national security risks. I [...]
I’ve been receiving questions from a number of people curious about technical illustration. For the benefit of anyone else who’s interested, here’s some of the questions and answers: What does a technical illustrator do? What is technical illustration? “Technical illustrators create highly accurate renderings of machinery, instruments, scientific subjects…technology, cartography, or virtually any subject that [...]
This weekend I’m headed to San Francisco for Maker Faire, the world’s largest DIY arts & technology festival. Looking forward to seeing Bre Pettis & MakerBot and Jared Boone & the Make:TV crew and their Episode Dispensor, both projects I helped out with some design & illustration work. Hope to meet a lot of people, [...]