Illustrations are created to be read.
Illustrations are developed with both a message and an audience in mind. Their style and content will shift as your message and audience shifts.
I have organized my work into two categories–diagrammatic and narrative. All of my illustrations are informative.
The purpose of these images are to inform the reader about what something looks like, the parts of a whole, or visualizing a statistic. These diagrammatic images include charts, diagrams, and processes.
The purpose of these images is also to inform but they do this through a narrative.