Cover of the Fall 2008 On Site.
This started out as a small box to accompany an architectural criticism of the new Wilson Bridge., but another story fell through and we had some space to burn, so we initially decided to go shoot photos of the other D.C. bridges. Then I thought it would be much nicer and more “architectural” to have Luc Latulippe draw them elevation style. I’m quite happy with the way it turned out.
An illustration about preserving some modern-era buildings.
Cover of the Summer 2008 issue of On Site. A faux tilt-shift image of the National Mall with cheeky (but common) complaints about the conditional and infrastructure (or lack there off.)
This spread was an tribute to our now dead big brother, Conde Nast Portfolio — it’s a spitting image of a graphic they did on Nasa’s budget. While Portfolio did outer space, we did local commercial real estate space .
I couldn’t find a map with the scale and detail level I wanted for this graphic, so I ended up drawing the whole thing myself. What are Saturdays for, no?