I’m totally to blame for the dime thing, but I’m not at all sorry. I’m still amused by the idea of Dwight Schar’s annual compensation in dimes spanning the entire globe.
I have four words for you: Map in a fireball!
The opening spread of this On Site story about the modernization of Dulles International Airport is a two-page infographic showing the plan for additional terminals and runways connected by the new train system. Created using Google Sketchup and Adobe Illustrator. Final touch-ups and blur added in Photoshop.
It’s a little funny how all the jetways look like caterpillar legs.
For a story that had too many “boxes” and no dominant art, I thought this spread came together nicely. the information is dense, but it keeps a very tidy and airy feel.
Map of the Capital Riverfront EDA in Southeast Washington D.C. for Spring 2008 issue of On Site.
Cover of the Spring 2008 issue of On Site with illustration by the fabulous Luc Latulippe.
This story was largely a timeline aligned to the REIT’s stock performance.