In March 2017 issue
An informal map style illustration of Chicago's DuSable Museum of African American History, with Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, Canada, snow, mountains and some pine trees. Hand lettering adorns the map and the title is hand lettered too.
The Smartest Lake on Earth
This is in the Sept / Oct issue of Adirondack Life. Lake George is extensively monitored using connected technology. Article author: Bill McKibben.
NOTE: faked type so I could keep the backgrounds simple in the right places
This illo for Purdue Alumnus magazine.
Four pieces on some health care and sports medicine treatments for a local magazine.
I've been busy with this work for months, a good part of the year, really. Check it out.
Lots more to see on the site. From the home page:
My Health, My Voice came about because of a need: Newly-insured women are having trouble using their health coverage. Our response was to develop a health insurance literacy campaign just for newly insured women.
The materials help women who now have insurance because of the Affordable Care Act, navigate the complexities of both our health care system and how health insurance works. It's an enormous task.
I prepared the book for printing, including 2 or 3 preliminary digital print runs with field use/feedback that helped Raising Women's Voices improve the materials. Many many edit cycles. And then I got to work on the website, which is launching with a Webinar and Twitter chat (#myhealthmyvoice) today, 11/9/15. I prepped a bunch of social "badges" for that effort as well.
It's a great project and I'm honored to be involved.
An illustration for a newspaper from earlier this week.
I spent an hour or so on a much more complicated concept depicting the many cultures and activities of the center, and then a simpler idea took hold, which everyone was happy with.