Sometimes it maybe necessary or desirable to approach a design issue in a more creative way, to this end an illustration has the flexibility to be unexpected, maybe light hearted, and can emphasis elements of an object that a photograph may find hard to reproduce. Illustrations can be a series of individual drawings that build to a final object, or as a presentation aid that can track a critical path which develops over a sequence of drawings in a variety of different styles unique to that company.
A critical path that built over seven illustrations for the sales force at Microsoft. The illustration was also used as a backdrop at exhibitions.
A four metre long graphic for Elexon, a distributor of generated electrical energy, the illustration is depicting a sunrise on the horizon and represents sustainable and renewable energy, along with the people at Elexon and their strategy within the energy market.
An illustration to be used as part of a front cover for a Parliamentarian document to be presented to the Cabinet.
The Fairy Garden booklet was illustrated with a series of construction guides, which culminated in this final display.
A selection of different jewellery for preteens to make from the company’s Fairy Charm, Mermaid and Charm collection, there are six different products here.