Illustration, Interactive • 2010
For the release of Internet Explorer 9, Microsoft hired Jason Santa Maria to create a project that flaunted the browser’s new webfont support. Jason, in turn, built a team made up of Naz Hamid, the guys at Paravel, and myself.
We cooked up the idea of making “interactive broadsides” for World’s Fairs that never existed. I settled on a Fair in Atlantis in 1962, and turned my page into an adventure to the bottom of the ocean. The interactivity is controlled by the user scrolling, and a story unfolds as they get closer to the bottom of the sea.
Also, I know a league does not measure depth.
You don't need to email me about this. Thank you.