Changes for Foreign Editions

Everytime I do an illustration for Risk Magazine in the UK a week later they contact me to make some changes to the illustration for republication in a foreign edition of the magazine. This time around i thought it was interesting enough to post because this was going in the German edition and they wanted the flag popping out the gun to change colors because they didn't want it to resemble the red swastika flag at all. i had to change the words to german too. Just an interesting little insight into the world of European illustration.

the original english version

the sensitive German version

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Summertime Illo Fun

This summer has seen me trolling the streets of Kyoto, climbing to on the top of Mt. Fuji, and most recently swizzlin' soju in Seoul. Also i've managed to do some work too. Let's take a look.

for the monthly rules guy column about how to rule a ball that is on an extremely steep incline

cover for the health and science section of the Washington Post. They asked some scientists what their summer reading would be.

for the technolouge column in MotorTrend magazine. there is a new seat belt attatchment that keeps drivers snug in their seat which increases lap times but it was also found that it keeps backseat booster seats snug and safe as well.

for the monthly rules guy column in golf magazine about a guy who had to play a round while balls from other players were coming down around him.

for Emory Magazine in Atlanta. accompanies a story written by one of their alumni who is a comedy writer for television. It says if you're gonna lie, make it a good one. in the story he lies to two old co-workers about his current job situation.

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