Here is a piece done for Orlie Kraus at the Wall Street Journal. The article was about financial advisors, and how many companies are now offering “electronic” financial advisors on their web sites… essentially mathematical algorithms that give suggestions once you’ve input your age, risk tolerance, goals, etc. I chose to personify that process into a robot, and well… who doesn’t like to make robots? The violet illo is the secondary piece that went on the following page.
It’s always a pleasure to work with Orlie (and all the other people at the WSJ who keep me busy)!