One of the things I enjoy most is creating illustrations for magazine and newspaper articles. The opportunity to represent the article by use of a metaphor or an analogy is a challenge I take with delight. Fortunately most editorial work allow the illustrator to a free reign and not be too literal, this helps create intriguing imagery that is eye-catching encouraging a reader or viewer to engage with content that they may normal skip over. This applies to articles on the web too and more and more content developers are discovering the use of illustration to do this, some are realising that individual bespoke images take the engagement toto new level.
The theme behind the illustration in this project is based on a series of articles on The Family Law Court. The idea of a doll house where each room represents the subject of one of the individual article with a different scenario happening in each room.
To the left is an alternative idea for the final illustration above about pre-nuptial agreements.
Separation of assets determined by the court
An alternative take on the distribution of assets
The way The Federal Court comes into play with The Family Law Courts.
The Family Law Court role in family protection and refuge when the marriage and divorce process.
The investigation and assessments of applicants for foster and adopting parents. The applicants self assessment is not true indicator.