Illustration that I’ve been yammering about for a little bit. It’s done with exception of illustrating a purse, but then I thought why? I think it was just on mind to clean up for some time and I did that. But I think that’s it for this.
“Difficulties show men what they are. In case of any difficulty remember that God has pitted you against a rough antagonist that you may be conqueror, and this cannot be without toll.”
Sketches from Sketchbook to final design for Mouth/Feel …
See more on this project: http://www.behance.net/gallery/MouthFeel-Identity/4832791
“What does a man do, Walter?
A man provides for his family.
When you have children,
you always have family.
They will be your priority, your responsibility.
And a man … a man provides.
And he does it even when he’s not appreciated, respected, or even loved.
he simply bares up and he does it, because he’s a man”
–Gustavo Fring, Breaking Bad
The job of an artist is not only to deliver image, but to deliver meaning–which, on occasion means not delivering image at all.
Links to Massimo Vignelli’s subway map for New York City that was rejected by New Yorkers and notes on the failed project: hint (letting the client dissect a controversial project from its full base of understanding is done at the entire project’s peril).