peter.lipman got their new illustration or graphics by running a design contest:
Create an isometric cut-away of an industrial/assembly factory revealing workers busy at their jobs
Check out peter.lipman's Illustration or graphics contest…
We sell software for wearable technology (such as Google Glass) that enables factory and field workers (blue color-type workers) to go hands-free in their job and rapidly access the information when they need it to get their jobs done faster and more conveniently.
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Purpose Create a vector-based, isometric perspective illustration of a factory setting where workers are going about a variety of tasks. This illustration will later be used as an infographic (statistics and labels which point to various workers and workstations in the illustration will be added). It will be featured in marketing material alongside a whitepaper which illustrates the state of the wearable market in the enterprise space. Requirements • Illustration should be built in organized layers so that individual components like a factory worker or a workstation can be turned off in the image as needed (in case parts need to be reshuffled to fit a different aspect ratio down the road…see use cases below) • Image should be in CMYK colors • Use Case 1 - PRINT: Image should be build to be printable at a large scale (300DPI 11”x14”) • Use Case 2 –Web: Image will be reduced in size for use on web for hero-banner sized images (retina dimensions of 2400px on width and cropped to fit on vertical) Composition • The setting should be an industrial factory where some sort of assembly is taking place involving machines and equipment • Should depict factory workers in a variety of scenarios (at least 5 – 8). Some ideas are as follows: o Person on forklift o Person servicing a piece of machinery o A manager watching over a group of workers o A technician assembling parts in an assembly line o A mechanical welder laying down a bead of aluminum o An unmanned workstation or computer terminal Visual Style “Simplistic, colorful realism with futuristic technological flare” • The illustration should be accessible to a broad audience (meaning non-threatening shapes or dark colors). • Palette should be relatively muted, with neither extreme darks or brights. • Lighting should be simple ambient occlusion with a single, directional light from the upper-left of the illustration which produces soft shadows. • Rendering should err on the side of realism so don’t distill shapes down to simple primitives, keep some details where they read well (mostly at the tops of the shapes since we’ll be looking down into this image)
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Illustration or graphics starts at €319.
Full copyright with production-ready files for digital and/or print.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their illustration or graphics.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
peter.lipman collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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