These are some images recently created for British clients. First up, a cover story for a British trade magazine called Financial Management. It was sort of like a SooJin assignment, where I was only given the headline: Cash is King. I felt fortunate, as it was of course a rich set of words to work with (har har). As always, avoiding dollar bills - or even worse, British pounds, which are hard to iconize anyway, was paramount. Coins are a much nicer, more abstracted form.
This piece was commissioned as "wallpaper" for a new start-up file-transfer website.
Again, a streamlined one word assignment, "Simplicity".
This piece was anything but simple, a print ad for a prescription drug for folks who have trouble controlling their bowels. The client Wooley Pau wanted a sort of MC Escher "tesselation". Tesselating a toilet into human beings was...an interesting challenge.
Posting this, I'm noticing a lot of yellow. I guess I've been influenced by the summer sun.