On my way to Hamilton Fish Park, a kid passed me on a bike, holding a single red rose in a tube of plastic. As he pedaled away, I knew what I was going to draw on my Mother’s Day card…
Archive for the ‘Illustration’ Category
I was commissioned by Jonathan Cohen, founder and CDO of SocialChorus, to create a timeline that would visually and digitally represent his story. I’ve always wanted to make a vertical and panel-less comic, and this project gave me the opportunity to do it.
Check it out on Jonathan’s blog here, or below.
The idea behind doing a comic book resume is this: Have you ever sat at a table next to a kid’s cereal box, and not wanted to read the back of it, but still read it?
When something is visual, dynamic and doesn’t ask for a lot of investment, it can be difficult to ignore.
Long ago, I believed I wanted a job for a media agency, and designed this resume as a way to stand out. I ended up getting work, but not the kind I intended– I’ve since received commissions to make these for other people!
In the meantime, the updated version of this will be a lot less text heavy– everyday I’m finding more ways to communicate with fewer words.