Friday, June 4, 2010

Johns Hopkins Magazine



This was a recent illustration done for Johns Hopkins Magazine. It was for an article discussing Johns Hopkins plans to cut their carbon footprint in half by making improvements to buildings that are considered “heavy breathers.” According to the article: a “heavy breather” is a building that takes in, conditions, and puts out large volumes of air—a form of respiration that consumes a lot of power and creates a disproportionate amount of carbon dioxide emissions. Check out the full article here - Johns Hopkins Magazine.

Thanks again to Pam over at JHU too! It's always a pleasure working with you.

materials used: pen and ink, textures, and adobe photoshop.



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2 comments:

Tigz said...

Gorgeous work as always hun! Keep it up :)

rawtoastdesign said...

Thanks tigz!