Dashing Automotive Illustration
This vector editorial illustration really caught our eye. Not just for the composition, but the wonderful colours bathed in sunlight. This is not an easy technique. It’s real and not real at the same time. The sign of a truly wonderful vector illustration. Well done.
Justin Mezzell has created this illustration for Fortune magazine on the future of the automobile’s dashboard which called out a number of new features such as large screen, interactive HUDS, video calls, etc. Not necessarily making it safer, but definitely flashier.
Art Director: Michael Solita
Its like those animated maps showing the rise and fall of empires. A swarm of Jennifers consume the country, only for their star to fall and that of Jessica to rise. Jessicas rule the land until the forces of Emily rise up and overthrow them. Look upon my works, ye mighty, and become Sophia.
With data from the Social Security Administration, Reuben Fischer-Baum of Jezebel created maps showing, state by state and year by year, the most popular baby names for girls from 1960 to last year. So far, none have been bizarre, invented spellings, for which I and the English language thank you.
For each natural number n, we draw a periodic curve starting from the origin, intersecting the x-axis at n and its multiples. The prime numbers are those that have been intersected by only two curves: the prime number itself and one.