These graphics were created to illustrate the results from a water usage survey. In the Fall of 2009, 50 UBC students were interviewed and asked to estimate their personal daily usage of fresh, potable water including cooking, cleaning, showering, drinking, and laundry. They were not asked to estimate industrial water consumption for agriculture or manufacturing. The results of the survey are plotted below.
Below are a series of graphics designed for a study on water use on the UBC Campus.
A fun graphic representing the trials of being a UBC student (living on the wet coast), and how far you can get from the student union building before your battle against the monstrous puddles is lost. Don’t believe me? Check out what this group or this group have to say.
Click on the image to see a larger (and more legible) version.
The feature story for this week’s edition of the Pique Newsmagazine was geothermal energy. I had a lot of fun creating a maze of pipes and playing around with textures to create this cover illustration and was pleased with the final product, an eye-catching target for all visitors passing by the newstands.
The concept for this cover was to create an illustration using only type. The image was built up slowly, with layers of text overlaid to create shadows and definition, eventually revealing the booty in our mountainous backyard.
Belly dancing is a rich and sensual experience, both for the dancer as well as for the audience. When asked to design a business card for a belly dance instructor, I wanted to ensure this ambiance was aptly portrayed.
The card has a simple design but the graphic was custom and the typefaces carefully chosen.