Arrive Magazine

Editorial illustration for Amtrak's Arrive Magazine

March, 2013
— "Selected" for American Illustration 29
These 3 Illustrations were commissioned for Amtrak's Arrive Magazine. The article's headline was "You can go your own way", and the subhead was "The entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well in these hard economic times." For the opener illustration, I wanted to come up with a metaphor that tied in with this. I thought that the visual pun of swerving headlights could suggest that entrepreneurs are thinking ahead and avoiding disasters when they seem imminent. The 1st spot illustration (with the butterflies) was in a section that discussed how to get the word out about your (the entrepreneur's) product or service. And the 2nd spot (with the horse) accompanied one of the sidebar sections – "Are you running away from something or running toward something?"
 
client: Arrive Magazine
issue: Jan/Feb 2010
art director: Heidi Easudes

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