Thursday, 17 February 2011

Editorial illustrations - War of the worlds and the encyclopaedia of how long things take

Here are the 4th and 5th briefs from our set of editorial work.

First one is based on the War of the Worlds radio broadcast. It was first broadcast (Directed and narrated by Orson Wells) in 1938 with a series of news bulletins.
Many American's thought it was real and it caused widespread panic! Great story

Here my 4 drawings show Orson reading the broadcast, then vacated places; a pub, a house and a train (might want to click to view larger)

The second set is about the encyclopaedia of how long things take, I chose how long a Polaroid takes to develop


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