Surgery and Leaps of Faith – Visual Metaphors

Jeff-B-p1Here’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, 2. Where they are now, and 3. Where they see themselves in the future. My job was to take the text and translate it visually.

Generally the subjects see themselves in the soup in the beginning; then they have to change how they operate or their outlook or how they relate to others.

Jeff-B-p2Then everything falls into place in the final panel.

Jeff-B-p3-1I create these images using a combination of vector, raster, hand-drawn and photographic images using image editing software such as Photoshop, GIMP, Acorn or whatever I feel like using that day.

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2 Responses to Surgery and Leaps of Faith – Visual Metaphors

  1. Don DeLorme says:

    I like them all, but to me the last one moves me. Sweet work T.

  2. Tina says:

    Thanks Don, but this is Joe’s work!

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