June's Australian Family Physician focus is on mental health. The solution was based on on the prevailing opinion of finding a balance of treatment, therapy and coping with the distractions of life to achieve a balance in mental health.
Guess it doesn't strictly qualify as illustration, but good fun all the same.
Edited by comedian, writer and raconteur Fiona Scott-Norman and published by Affirm Press, Don't Peak at High School features some of Australia's most talented, successful and popular people revealing how being bullied shaped their lives. It's filled with insight, experience and inspiration to turn dark shadow into shining spotlight.
Praise be to the i-phone camera, a beaten up old tool locker, my very good little photoshop friends inside the computer, and all at room44, including junior staff, for their calligraphic skillz!
The article, for the Law Society Journal, concerned the solicitors duty of care to a mortgagee, and delves into the degree of expertise across a variety of fields a solicitor may be expected to have in order to fulfil that duty. Maybe a good pair of gumboots would come in handy.
May's AFP magazine focus was on menopause. After a number of conceptual approaches (I feel obliged to point out it was expressly forbidden to explore any imagery associated with change or metamorphosis!) we decided on the breezier approach above.
Writer and Illustrator of the new 'Search for Bigfoot Bradley', Illustrator of 'I got a Rocket!' (adapted as Emmy Award winning animated series), 'My Dad's a Wrestler' (both written by Matt Zurbo)
Dean also illustrated Paul Jennings and Morris Gleitzman's 'Deadly' series, and character designer for the animated series.
Designer/illustrator of Affirm Press Series 'Long Story Shorts'
Appears regularly in Communication Arts, 3x3 illustration Award Annuals.
Speaker at agideas design seminar 2011.
Co-Director of design studio Room44.
Dean can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org, or +61 3 9530 8873