Flight of the TechJet
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This illustration was created for CalComp to help
announce and promote their new large-format, color
inkjet plotter. This illustration depicts a droplet
of color ink on its high-speed flight from the print
head to the paper - a hero of the ink (so to speak).
The concept is driven by the name "TechJet Designer."
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This piece was created for the Intel OverDrive group to help them
introduce their Overdrive chips at trade shows and on press tours.
Spirit Of Light
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This illustration was commissioned by Calcomp
to promote their large-format TechJet Color plotter.
The image is a tribute to a significant art deco piece
called "The Spirit of Light." This stainless steel
figure is mounted high on the Niagra Mohawk building
(circa 1930) in Syracuse, NY.
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This illustration was intended as the cover art
for an issue of Architecture Magazine and was
commissioned by CalComp. They wanted to promote
the idea that customers can buy their high end
color plotter and still get the high-quality
black line drawings that simpler plotters produce.
The illustration is entirely 2-D and was created
with Corel Draw
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The assignment from CalComp was to create a poster that
promoted their line of large format "thermal imaging"
DrawingMaster plotters. The target market was architechs,
engineers, civil planners etc. The approach I took was
to create a message that described the plotter - not as
what it is, but rather as what it does.
The DrawingMaster plotter enables a user to
express their ideas.
Bill Gates Portrait
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This portrait of Bill Gates was commissioned by Ray Bloch Productions for the worldwide telecast
of the Microsoft Windows 3.0 launch in May of 1990. The image used as reference for this portrait
was a frame of video provided by the production company. The Ray Bloch team shot about an hour
of video of Bill Gates repeatedly nudging his glasses up and saying the word "cool."
This portrait, created using Corel Draw, matches the beginning frame of the selected take.
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