Tuesday, January 24, 2012

New Work

Kicking off 2012 with some new work below, each in a different style/technique. I've never been a big follower of illustrators having just one style, and have been lucky enough to experiment new techniques often.  Enjoy.

The Wall Street Journal:
New military technology for fighting a new kind of war
(ink, watercolor, & Adobe Illustrator)

The science of holiday shopping lines
(Adobe Illustrator)

Scientific American Magazine (Feb Issue):
Anatomy of Bed Bugs
(graphite and watercolor)

Field & Stream (Feb Issue):
Hunting turkey from an elevated platform 
(Adobe Illustrator)


Matias Funder Hansen said...
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M Hansen said...

I love your "Science of Lines" graphic, but I would suggest that the correct estimation of queuing time would be based on customers *exiting* the line, not entering it.

Wait time[minutes] = Queue length[customers] / queue progression[customers/minute]

I use that method all the time and it works really well. I count the line progression for 30-60 seconds and estimate the waiting time, and if it's too much I take a seat or go somewhere else. A slow moving short queue can take longer than a fast moving long queue...