Instructions for using new wireless products and services, like smart phones and tablets. For Orange Explore, AD Claire Hayter.
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Thank you, everyone, for your interest in my illustrated poster for Bre Pettis & Kio Stark’s Done Manifesto, which appeared on FastCoDesign and Lifehacker recently. For similar work, I invite you to check out my editorial illustration portfolio, Textbook Example. High quality giclée prints of the Done Manifesto poster are available via ImageKind (or ArtFlakes in Europe).
The Art Directors Club is a global organization of creative professionals whose mission is to connect, provoke and elevate visual communicators. The ADC holds an annual competition to acknowledge and celebrate the best minds in the creative industries, awarding them with an ADC Cube. To help promote their 90th call for entries ADC invited artists, [...]
If recent projects are any indication, energy is a hot topic. From advances in sustainable production, to energy independence, to efficiency and control, the issues are boiling over and innovation is gathering steam. Above: Four solar energy technologies illustrated: photovoltaic panels, solar water heating, solar power tower and passive solar heating. Right: Cutaway illustration of [...]
Minneapolis-based Martin Ashal was charged with the task of communicating a broad range of thermal insulating access doors, viewports and wall panels for their client, an industry-leading manufacturer. The products are used in a variety of temperature- and humidity-sensitive applications, such as medical facilities, laboratories and clean rooms. The challenge was that the products are [...]
If you can’t open it, you don’t own it. Mister Jalopy proposed an Owner’s Bill of Rights, a maker’s memorandum requesting repairability for the products around us. It became a manifesto for the maker community, a modus operandi for open sourcers and forward-thinking manufacturers. Make Magazine Vol 20.
Way back in 2005, Mister Jalopy proposed an Owner’s Bill of Rights, a maker’s memorandum requesting repairability for the products around us. It became a manifesto for the maker community, a modus operandi for open sourcers and forward-thinking manufacturers. I’m not the most capable maker – maybe only a tinkerer. But if something breaks 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 [...]
New to the site is a phantom illustration of a cordless circular saw featuring the next generation of rechargable batteries. Nanophosphate lithium-ion batteries are said to recharge in minutes rather than hours, have ten times the life cycle and double the capacity of current rechargable batteries. These batteries are currently being tested in consumer electronics, [...]
Recently completed a cutaway illustration of an 80-foot flybridge megayacht and its cabin. Technical illustration allows for the communication of a vast amount of visual information. In this case, the entirety of the vessel – inside and out – can be presented in a single image. The quality of design, materials and finishes can be [...]