Infographic Imagery Excerpts
Samples of imagery from various business-to-business infographics, typically explaining a complex product or service, or visually supporting a data-driven idea about business practices.
See more of this type of work at krop.com/jennygoldstick
Samples of pages and frames from a 12-page comic
This project is a visual representation of the New York experience. It is a collection of temporary IDs from an on-site contract design gig in midtown. Published in Excuse me, Ladies & Gentleman, edited by Jennifer Daniel and Alicia Desantis
Theory of Existence
This info-comic using a venn diagram to tell the story of what my mom and dad have in common and how I came to be born.
A visual story that emerged from a high school mathbook algebra lesson
Next Wave Illutrations
A series of diagrams and illustrations that appear in Next Wave, a book by Elizabeth Rusch. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in 2014.
A flip book, perfect bound. Approximate dimensions are 3” x 5”.
What Lies Beneath
This project is a visual representation of the New York experience. I took a photo of a random piece of ground in the city (this is Union Square Park West), and researched everything about the photo. I then strung the factoids discovered into a cohesive narrative. It became a story about sanitation and the development of the modern day sewer system in the city. Published in Excuse me, Ladies & Gentleman, edited by Jennifer Daniel and Alicia Desantis
Fiber Optic Cable
This infographic poster tells the story of how the fiber-optic cable AKORN was built to endure the challenges of its Alaskan environment, and boasts of the advantages it brings. Co-art direction on poster as well as this micro-site component: http://akorn.alaskacommunications.com/