The Economist's 1843 magazine asked me to illustrate a playful series of features exploring the economics of Essos and Westeros. Ironically I've never watched a single episode of Game of Thrones – it's another country!
Berlin agency Römer Wildberger – in partnership with BVG – asked Jonathan Williams to create a series of characters for the building fence of Projekt U5. It's the largest display area in Berlin (6 km long and 2m high). Hundreds of thousands of motorists, pedestrians, tourists and commuters pass by every day. The fence gives information about Projekt U5 in friendly Berlin dialogues – how it is built, when it will be completed and how it connects everyone together.
Would you pay $6,000 for sneakers? Some teens are investing big bucks in collectible sneakers, but are they a good investment? Scholastic commissioned these images for a feature about high-profit high-tops.
Art director Sam Charrington asked me to create an illustration for Northern Stage / Nottingham Playhouse's co-production of East is East, the Olivier Award-winning comedy that went on to become a BAFTA-winning film sensation.
anna-vital: “ How To Think Visually Using Visual Analogies Most research in cognitive science explores how we see things but little research is done on how we understand what we see. Understanding is the ultimate test of how good your visualization.