Nautilus Magazine - illustrations
Nautilus is a different kind of science magazine. They deliver big-picture science by reporting on a single topic from multiple perspectives. 

I was responsible for asset production of articles, such as creating original editorial illustrations, image sourcing / manipulation, and other graphic assets for both the print and web edition of the magazine. I also create motion graphics for the digital subscription, the website and the weekly newsletters. The visuals include a variety of storytelling tools such as type-based visuals, data visualization, collages, charts and graphs. The following images are a variety of illustrations and GIFs that I did over my time at Nautilus. 

A hero illustration that was made into a GIF with the title within the illustration itself for the article, 'As the World Collapses'. You can view the article here
A hero illustration with the title within the illustration itself for the article, 'What if Scientists Were Celebrities?'. You can view the article here
A hero illustration without the title within the illustration itself for the article, 'When Driver and Car Share the Same Brain'. You can view the article here.
A hero illustration without the title within the illustration itself for the article, 'Central Park Mice Don’t Get Out Much'. You can view the article here.
A hero illustration without the title within the illustration itself for the article, 'How to Hear Like a Champion Birder'. You can view the article here.
Nautilus Magazine - illustrations
2
64
0
Published:

Nautilus Magazine - illustrations

2
64
0
Published:

Tools

Creative Fields