In their latest issue, Nobles magazine, published by the Noble and Greenough School, brings us a fascinating look at teens and their social networks. With some exceptional art direction from 2 Communique, Thom Sevalrud's illustration captures our curiosity on the subject.Read More
Security for cyber coverage, not an easy subject to illustrate and Tim Schafer, art director at National Underwriter Property & Casualty magazine, didn't want any of the typical metaphors. So conceptual illustrator Carl Wiens created this clever image. What could be a better metaphor for the diligence needed to protect oneself from the creep of cyber threats then the ever-present task of mowing your lawn. With bright color and sophisticated shapes the article demands that the reader take notice and quickly the connection is made - you can't let either lapse.
Additional spot illustrations by Carl Wiens use the same bright palette and intriguing imagery to highlight some key tips.
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The always enthusiastic Dave Murray jumped at the chance to work with art director Lindsay Maclachlan again on a feature article for Canadian Grocer. Dave often illustrates technological innovations so the brave new world of in-store technology at our local grocer was a perfect match for Dave's style.
The Future of the Grocery Store
smartphones and tablets could dominate our grocery shopping experience
Thom Sevalrud created this powerful image for the cover of the Journal of the Norwegian Medical Association. This is Thom's fourth cover for the JNMA, working with art director Emma Dalby, who seems to match him perfectly with topics that speak to his visual vocabulary. Conceptually, Thom addresses many aspects of whole genome sequencing, which is becoming more and more accessible to us all.