January 20, 2012

Washington Post: FMD

Washington Post: FMD Illustration
Above is one of the finished illustration from the Washington Post Medical Mysteries series I had missed posting last year. This particular piece was about an young woman whose undiagnosed Fibromuscular dysplasia led to years of dizziness, chronic headaches, vertigo and dangerously high blood pressure before finally being diagnosed as the cause. The sketches below were roughly based on the idea of her athletic marathon running life colliding with the physical effects of the disease, and ways the internal symptoms of hypertension and vertigo might be expressed in an externalized, two-dimensional way. Art Direction by Brad Walters.
Washington Post: FMD Sketches

2 comments:

Xabier XTRM said...

I like your work!

Samantha said...

This is so cool! You are a master of perspective.