Category Archives: Visual Metaphors

Surgery and Leaps of Faith – Visual Metaphors

Here’s another Visual Metaphor that I created for a client that deals with executives and trains them in leadership and people skills. The client asks her client to come up with a 3-part list consisting of 1. Where they were, … Continue reading

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From Leaky Dikes to the U.S. Congress – Visual Metaphors

Here’s another Visual Metaphor that I created for a client that deals with executives and trains them in leadership and people skills. The client asks her client to come up with a 3-part list consisting of 1. Where they were, … Continue reading

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Visual Metaphors: Statue Happy

Here’s another recent visual metaphor. This guy was statue happy for some reason although one of these things is not like the others! STATUE – POWERBOAT – STATUE. Is it number 2?

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Visual Metaphors

I haven’t posted a series of my visual metaphors in a while, but I was pleased with the way this one turned out so I figured I would foist it on you, my loyal readers. This series is about an … Continue reading

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Visual Metaphor

Here’s another Visual Metaphor. As I’ve written before, I have a client who uses my illustrations as a teaching tool for her clients who work in the upper echelons of business. In this series, my client’s client is trying to … Continue reading

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The Boys of Autumn?

Being that baseball is all the rage right now in Philadelphia, I figured I’d drag out this particular visual metaphor. As I’ve written before, I create these sequential illustrations for a client who works with executives, head honchos and bigwigs. … Continue reading

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Visual Metaphor

This is another in a long series of Visual Metaphors I do for a client who coaches executives. They are all usually a three panel progression showing where the subject was, where he or she is now, and where they … Continue reading

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Samurai Night Fever: Another Visual Metaphor

Here’s another Visual Metaphor. This one happens to be my client’s favorite. In the first frame, our executive is cutting a bloody path to success. In the second frame, having gained a modicum of success, he deals with the challenges … Continue reading

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Visual Metaphors Strike Back!

More Visual Metaphors! I do work for a company that coaches executives. The company uses a number of techniques to make these executives more effective leaders. One of these techniques is the visual metaphor, and that’s where I enter the picture. … Continue reading

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Visual Metaphors: Panel 1

This is the first panel of the visual metaphor showing our executive’s humble beginnings as conductor of a chamber orchestra. The three panels are placed on a letter sized layout and presented to the client as a reference of where … Continue reading

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Visual Metaphors: Panel 2

This is a follow-up to yesterday’s post. Today I’m publishing the second panel of this particular visual metaphor. This is similar to a lot of visual metaphors I do. This guy compares his executive/work experience to that of being an … Continue reading

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