Artwork for “The Doomsday Invention“— a New Yorker article on the future and ethics of artificial intelligence. This project involved a feature illustration, animation, as well as The New Yorker’s first ever interactive illustration. See more about the project here.
From The New Yorker: “Humans have survived fires, floods, and storms for thousands of years. Can they survive an innovation of their own making? Raffi Khatchadourian profiles the philosopher Nick Bostrom and explores the future of artificial intelligence, in our annual Tech Issue.”
The Barbarian Group recently asked us to produce a series of stop-motion Instagram animations for Kind that promote healthy eating. The loopable animations were all shot practically, and include topics like low-glycemic foods, daily sugar intake, and whole grains. Check out some more Kind facts at @kindsnacks
Illustration for The New Yorker on CRISPR, “a powerful new technology that enables us to manipulate our genetic code with unprecedented ease, may have the potential to unravel the mysteries of autism, contribute to a cure for cancer, and remove the allergens from peanuts. So why are some scientists leery of the breakthrough technology?”
Illustration by Todd St. John. Read the article here.
HunterGatherer created this short stop motion animation for the launch of The New York Times’ VR platform. As part of the launch, they sent out over 1 million Google Cardboard goggles to subscribers. Learn more, and download the app at: nytimes.com/vr
The New York Times Magazine had us illustrate the cover and a feature spread for their education issue. The issue focused on the state of higher education and all of its problems and challenges. The feature story was about the corporatization of the college experience. See more images here.
GreeNYC is New York City’s environmental initiative, now in its eighth year. Since 2007, HunterGatherer has helped the Mayor’s Office grow GreeNYC into a multi-faceted campaign; encompassing seasonal print, outdoor, and television messages, as well as retail partnerships and targeted mini-campaigns.
The latest installment, the B.Y.O. (Bring Your Own) Campaign, has hit the streets! This summer Birdie is asking you to join the movement by bringing your own bag, mug, and bottle to help save waste. You can take the B.Y.O. pledge here.
See more GreeNYC work here.