Design and Art Direction

Design and Art Direction

Scientific American's special issue on food (September 2013). ROLE: art direction of information graphics. Graphics by (from left to right) Jan Willem Tulp, Bryan Christie, Jen Christiansen, Bryan Christie, The Office for Creative Research. Composed pages © Scientific American

Scientific American’s special issue on food (September 2013). ROLE: art direction of information graphics. Graphics by (from left to right) Jan Willem Tulp, Bryan Christie, Jen Christiansen, Bryan Christie, The Office for Creative Research. Composed pages © Scientific American

 

Graphic Science ROLE: art direction of information graphics. Graphics by (from left to right) Section Design, Jan Willem Tulp, Golden Section Graphics, Moritz Stefaner. Composed pages © Scientific American

Graphic Science ROLE: art direction of information graphics. Graphics by (from left to right) Section Design, Jan Willem Tulp, Golden Section Graphics, Moritz Stefaner. Composed pages © Scientific American

 

Storm of the Century (every two years) ROLE: art direction; Maps by XNR Production, Diagrams by George Retseck. Scientific American, June 2013; Composed pages © Scientific American

Storm of the Century (every two years) ROLE: art direction; Maps by XNR Productions, Diagrams by George Retseck. Scientific American, June 2013; Composed pages © Scientific American

 

 

Planets Everywhere ROLE: art direction (Graphic by Jan Willem Tulp); PRODUCT: Graphic Science page in December 2012 issue of Scientific American, page © Scientific American

Planets Everywhere ROLE: art direction (Graphic by Jan Willem Tulp); PRODUCT: Graphic Science page in December 2012 issue of Scientific American, page © Scientific American

Border Crossings ROLE: art direction and page layout, (Illustration by Emily Cooper); PRODUCT: "Breaking the Brain Barrier," by Jeneen Interlandi, Scientific American, June 2013; page © Scientific American

Border Crossings ROLE: art direction and page layout, (Illustration by Emily Cooper); PRODUCT: “Breaking the Brain Barrier,” by Jeneen Interlandi, Scientific American, June 2013; page © Scientific American

El Niño and La Niña ROLE: art direction and research; PRODUCT: "El Niño, La Niña: Nature’s Vicious Cycle," By Curt Suplee, National Geographic, March 1999; illustration © Heidi Merscher; spread © National Geographic

El Niño and La Niña ROLE: art direction and research; PRODUCT: “El Niño, La Niña: Nature’s Vicious Cycle,” By Curt Suplee, National Geographic, March 1999; illustration © Heidi Merscher; spread © National Geographic

Colossal Coup ROLE: art direction and graphic; PRODUCT: “Triumph of the Titans,” by Kristina A. Curry Rogers and Michael D. D’Emic, Scientific American, May 2012; illustration © Raul Martin, spread ©Scientific American

 

Three Promising Vaccine Strategies ROLE: art direction and research; PRODUCT: “Halting the World’s Most Lethal Parasite,” By Mary Carmichael; Scientific American, November 2010; illustration © Peter and Maria Hoey; spread © Scientific American

How to See Neutrinos ROLE: art direction and design PRODUCT: “Through Neutrino Eyes,” by Graciela B. Gelmini, Alexander Kusenko and Thomas J. Weiler, Scientific American, May 2010; illustration © George Retseck; scale icons © Jessica Huppi; photograph: courtesy of Reina Maruyama, National Science Foundation; spread © Scientific American

Aging Fleet under Review ROLE: art direction, box design, and graphics; PRODUCT: “Planning for the Black Swan,” by Adam Piore, Scientific American, June 2011; reactor illustrations and map © Don Foley; sources: U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission; Nuclear Energy Institute; USGS (earthquake risk map pattern overlay); spread © Scientific American

A Precocious Peopling ROLE: box design and art direction; PRODUCT: “The First Americans,” by Heather Pringle, Scientific American November 2011; illustrations © Tyler Jacobson, map © XNR Productions; sources: courtesy of Jon M. Erlandson, University of Oregon (Santa Rosa spearhead); courtesy of Michael R. Waters, Texas A&M University (Clovis and Friedkin spearheads); from “The Late Pleistocene Dispersal of Modern Humans in the Americas,” by Ted Goebel et al., in Science, vol. 319; March 14, 2008 (timeline: glacial maximum and corridor opening dates have been updated with other sources); Consultants: Kennedy Munyikwa, Athabasca University and Michael R. Waters (ice sheets); Quentin Mackie, University of Victoria (coastal route vignette); Stuart J. Fiedel, Louis Berger Group and Ben Potter, University of Alaska Fairbanks (land route); spread © Scientific American

 

Breaking the Deep-Space Barrier ROLE: art direction; PRODUCT: “This Way to Mars,” by Damon Landau and Nathan J. Strange, Scientific American, December 2011; illustration © Pitch Interactive; sources: NASA (Earth and moon imagery); spread © Scientific American

Different Species for Different Reasons ROLE: art direction; PRODUCT: “The Ultimate Social Network,” by Jennifer Ackerman, Scientific American, June 2012; illustration © Bryan Christie; Source: “Inside the Microbial and Immune Labyrinth: Gut Microbes: Friends or Fiends?” by Warren Strober, in Nature Medicine , VOL. 16; 2010 (B. fragilis case study) ); spread © Scientific American

Why We Die ROLE: art direction and graph set-up; PRODUCT: “How We All Will Live to Be 100,” by Katherine Harmon, Scientific American, September 2012; illustration © Chad Hagen; Source: OECD Health Data 2011