This cover illustration is about how the flow of digital information/money is forever changing the banking industry. It’s very complex and on a mind boggling scale. The illustration is somewhat of a departure for me or least an experiment. It was difficult to distill the article into a singular, conceptual image so I decided on a more diagrammatical solution that involves many layers and international currency references. I think it depicts the feeling of movement around the globe and how the world is really one giant market.

Digital Corporate Banking by Ken Orvidas

My last image created in 2016 was for an article for Harvard Magazine that explores the reasons why some crowdsourcing efforts are more successful than others.

Crowd Sourcing by Ken Orvidas

I learned a few weeks back that my Car Sharing originally created for The Boston Consulting Group, Kim Friedman, AD; was voted into Annual 55. Many thanks to the judges. (illustrationwest.org/55) went live January 6, 2017. Check out all of the beautiful, exhibited work.

Car Sharing by Ken Orvidas

My first image created for publication 2017 was for the Science Section about the benefits of new friendships that form between people in their 70’s, 80’s and beyond. These social relationships are important at staving off dementia, etc.

Senior Friends by Ken Orvidas

Paul Bunyan, a giant lumberjack in American folklore finds himself in my growing series of images for “Myths, Fables and Fantastical Tales”. The subject of North American tall tales, Bunyan, accompanied by Babe the Blue Ox apparently made his debut in a 1916 promo piece for the Red River Lumber Company and became a legend of oral story telling. He’s been covered by Disney, the theatre and numerous statues.

Paul Bunyan by Ken Orvidas

Here’s a fairly recent cover image for a report that looks at identifying the sources of demand to fuel growth. Demand Centric Growth enable companies to understand demand – what consumers  want to buy and when, where and especially why they want to buy it.

Fuel Growth by Ken Orvidas

A piece I illustrated about USA Gambling that pretty much fits on this election day. Some call it a roll of the dice others call it something else.

USA Gambling by Ken Orvidas for Men's Health Magazine

 

 

Managing the daily deluge of data we encounter is getting to be a harrowing task.

Data Deluge by Ken Orvidas for CFO Magazine

Here’s another one to add to my series, “Myths, Fables and Fantastical Tales”.

Since Johnny Appleseed (aka John Chapman) was a real person, he will fit under Fantastical Tales. He was born in 1774 and became a legend while still alive. It is said he introduced apples to Pennsylvania, Ontario (Canada), Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and West Virginia. He was a missionary, gardener and orchardist. One can visit the historical site of the Johnny Appleseed Museum in Ohio. Not sure but perhaps he coined the phrase, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away”.

Johnny Appleseed by Ken Orvidas

I found this one for the Wall Street Journal in my archives. The article is a whimsical take on the serious subject of thefts in the office.

Klepto by Ken Orvidas for the Wall Street Journal

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