Posts Tagged ‘Recognition’

IEEE Wins Grand Neal Award

Posted on March 14th, 2013 by James Provost

automated-external-defibrillator-illustration

A story I illustrated for IEEE Spectrum Magazine has been recognized with a Grand Neal Award for Best Single Article, a top honour in business-to-business editorial publications.

A Shocking Truth [PDF] exposed the design, engineering and maintenance problems that commonly cause automated external defibrillators (AEDs) to fail. My contribution was a half-page cutaway line illustration revealing the fatal flaws of the device.

Congratulations to everyone at IEEE, and thanks to Brandon for the great assignment!

Done Manifesto Prints

Posted on December 2nd, 2011 by James Provost

Done Manifesto Poster

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).

Interactive Award for Air Canada Leaveless

Posted on March 12th, 2009 by James Provost

Leave Less Marketel has been recognized with an Applied Arts Interactive Media Award for Leaveless, Air Canada’s environmental responsibility site. I provided illustrations for the site, in the style of safety brochures found on planes, to explain Air Canada’s safety measures against climate change.

Well done Marketel and Air Canada!

Featured on Illustrophile

Posted on October 19th, 2007 by James Provost

Camry Hybrid Cutaway

Many thanks to Charlene for featuring my Camry Hybrid Cutaway Illustration and my website on Illustrophile. My work is in good company on her blog.