A kid-friendly commute?

Posted by on Nov 3, 2011 in Blog, Portfolio, The Washington Post | No Comments

To illustrate this story, I took one of Metro’s rail maps and stripped away all the text and lines, leaving just the stops. I tried versions where I drew in the lines with crayon, but finger paint was much more effective. The thick, vibrant lines more closely resembled Metro’s recognizable map and quickly got across the idea of young children.

Local Living cover design by Tippi Thole for The Washington Post

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