24 November 2008

Topographical Disorientation (take 2)

And I took down the first one, as I had to do the whole thing again. But I think this one turned out even better.

(and for those of you just joining us, the original post: I have just, with both excitement and trepidation, completed an illustration for Canadian Geographic magazine on the topic of topographical disorientation, a condition whereby people find themselves constantly disoriented in their very own lives. There is no physiological/neurological condition associated with this illness, the hypothesis is that people are somehow just not able to construct proverbial roadmaps of their personal lives, and so constantly feel lost.

A better assignment couldn't have dropped from the heavens. GLEE!

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