This product did not exist at the time I rendered the illustration. It is a device that tests a sample of blood.
This image was prepared for a client that manufactures earth-friendly building materials.
Two key features of this street basketball are its protective layer that repels dirt, shown visually as a force field, and the texture pattern which improves grip.
This model of a Camelbak hydrated pack features floating pads that allow for comfort and air circulation around the wearer’s back.
The main story for this duffle bag is that its strap has been designed to evenly distribute the weight on the wearer’s shoulder.
The North Face manufactures a series of backpacks and rucksacks that collapse into a small pouch sewn internally near the top.
The main story Nike wanted to tell with this image is the interlocking cap and foam padding along with interior airbag.
Warn Industries manufactures among other things winches that enable all-terrain vehicles to get out of nearly impossible situations. This assignment offered some delightful contrasts to add to the appeal of the product.
Sometimes a client may have difficulty mentally converting a 2D layout into a 3D object. 3D models can be viewed from any angle, animated, and even “exploded” in this case to reveal interior components.